thanks for the code, it works really fine.
In a first step I updated it in order to print only the ith value, but
really great would be to specify a random order like 1 20 and 25.
Here is the code
#print out the tth value of the ith unit
scalar t = 7 # this is the t-th period to display through all units
scalar ids = 25 # this is the i-th unit
loop for (n=(t+T*(ids-1)); n<=ids*T; n+=T) --quiet
loop for (i=ids;i<=ids;i+=1) --quiet
nothing_$i = nothing[n]
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Betreff: Re: [Gretl-users] Another loop question and a print question
Hope the following script may (partially) help you. It prints out the t-th period value
for each unit.
# a panel of 25 units x 7 periods
genr series nothing = normal(0,1)
scalar scl = 0
scalar n = 3 # this is the t-th period to display through all units
loop for (n=3; n<=175; n+=7) --quiet
scl = nothing[n]
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Objet : [Gretl-users] Another loop question and a print question
I have a panel data set and want to print the realization of a variable for the ith
individual at the
the tth period without altering the sample via smpl. If this works it should be possible
such operations not only for one individual and period but in a loop for several
individuals and periods.
Unfortunately up until now I didn’t find the way to do it.
Thanks for your help
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