Replication of tables and figures from "Mostly Harmless Econometrics" in Stata, R, Python and Julia.
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02 The Experimental Ideal
03 Making Regression Make Sense Use StatFiles Oct 24, 2017
04 Instrumental Variables in Action Merge pull request #5 from Shunsuke-Hori/fix-Figure461 Oct 24, 2017
05 Fixed Effects, DD and Panel Data Handle 'missings' in updated DataFrames Nov 8, 2018
06 Getting a Little Jumpy Fix GitHub relative image links May 31, 2017
07 Quantile Regression Uncomment download Jul 8, 2016
08 Nonstandard Standard Error Issues Formatting Aug 7, 2016
.gitignore add Stata, R, and data files Aug 21, 2014
README.md Typo in table of contents Jun 5, 2016

README.md

Mostly Harmless Replication

Synopsis

A bold attempt to replicate the tables and figures from the book Mostly Harmless Econometrics in the following languages:

  • Stata
  • R
  • Python
  • Julia

Chapters

  1. Questions about Questions
  2. The Experimental Ideal
  3. Making Regression Make Sense
  4. Instrumental Variables in Action
  5. Parallel Worlds
  6. Getting a Little Jumpy
  7. Quantile Regression
  8. Nonstandard Standard Error Issues

Getting started

Check out Getting Started in the Wiki for tips on setting up your machine with each of these languages.

Contributions

Feel free to submit pull requests!