Ott Toomet

Ott Toomet

6 packages on CRAN

intReg

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Estimating interval regression models. Supports both common and observation-specific boundaries.

maxLik

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Functions for Maximum Likelihood (ML) estimation, non-linear optimization, and related tools. It includes a unified way to call different optimizers, and classes and methods to handle the results from the Maximum Likelihood viewpoint. It also includes a number of convenience tools for testing and developing your own models.

GGally

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The R package 'ggplot2' is a plotting system based on the grammar of graphics. 'GGally' extends 'ggplot2' by adding several functions to reduce the complexity of combining geometric objects with transformed data. Some of these functions include a pairwise plot matrix, a two group pairwise plot matrix, a parallel coordinates plot, a survival plot, and several functions to plot networks.

miscTools

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Miscellaneous small tools and utilities. Many of them facilitate the work with matrices, e.g. inserting rows or columns, creating symmetric matrices, or checking for semidefiniteness. Other tools facilitate the work with regression models, e.g. extracting the standard errors, obtaining the number of (estimated) parameters, or calculating R-squared values.

plm

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A set of estimators and tests for panel data econometrics, as described in Baltagi (2013) Econometric Analysis of Panel Data, ISBN-13:978-1-118-67232-7, Hsiao (2014) Analysis of Panel Data <doi:10.1017/CBO9781139839327> and Croissant and Millo (2018), Panel Data Econometrics with R, ISBN:978-1-118-94918-4.

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Two-step and maximum likelihood estimation of Heckman-type sample selection models: standard sample selection models (Tobit-2), endogenous switching regression models (Tobit-5), sample selection models with binary dependent outcome variable, interval regression with sample selection (only ML estimation), and endogenous treatment effects models. These methods are described in the three vignettes that are included in this package and in econometric textbooks such as Greene (2011, Econometric Analysis, 7th edition, Pearson).