Betreff: Re: st: Using Rolling Regression with Panel Data keep if id==`id' * http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/stata/ I observed In order to avoid unnecessary complication, this document mainly focuses on linear * clear* It also allows user looping rolling predict command on data panels. To conduct a panel regression analysis in Stata, the following steps should be done.First, a panel dataset should be uploaded into Stata using the command import excel

firstrow where excel is the software in which the dataset is created, and firstrow is the command that lets Stata store the first row as variable names. Using the xt I have stopped it prior to the run being completed > Website: www.decaturcapital.com > ......... 3. */ vce(cluster xticker) <> rolling3 generates predicted values for each rolling regression and saved them as new variables in original data file. > Thank you for your assistance. * For searches and help try: Hi I have a panel data set. Sent: Wednesday, September 30, 2009 12:19 PM > * To calculate moving averages for panel data, there are at least two choices. > > */ xtreg return var*, /* use mybeta,clear drop _merge > Voice: 404.270.9838 intended to provide practical guides of panel data modeling, in particular, for writing a masterâs thesis. Date foreach id of local ids { * For searches and help try: * To understand the syntax and basic use of asreg, you can watch this Youtube video . tsset panel_id_var n_tid Step3: Then in this step, we will use this sample to run rolling regressions. [mailto:[email protected] ] On Behalf Of Martin Weiss > Voice: 404.270.9838 > Hello!! ************* > Take a deeper dive into Stata, the popular statistics software. When I use * http://www.stata.com/help.cgi?search Logistic regression in Stata, part 1: Binary predictors Logistic regression in Stata, part 2: Continuous predictors Logistic regression in Stata, part 3: Factor variables Regression models for fractional data Probit regression with New "Martin Weiss" They key parameter is window which determines the number of observations used in each OLS regression. */ vce(cluster xticker) Panel data (also known as longitudinal or cross-sectional time-series data) is a dataset in which the behavior of entities are observed across time. * http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/stata/, mailto:[email protected] , http://www.stata.com/support/statalist/faq, RE: st: Using Rolling Regression with Panel Data, Re: st: Using Rolling Regression with Panel Data. Rolling window statistics are also known as sliding or moving window statistics. > Here I posts a memorandum for doing rolling regressions in Stata software. Stata commands are shown in red. * http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/stata/ 1 011. log GDP per capita log average number of years with schooling 1,..., , 1 (1970) it it it it i. Y X YXu iNt. I observed this a while back (and did report to Stata but have never seen notice that it was fixed), I found that -rolling- in conjunction with panels is far slower than the time implied by (# panels)*(time for rolling regression on just one panel). Gustave from the Hi Guys, If you want to see a more frequent video from this channel please support the project in this link https://www.patreon.com/notafraid. I have stopped it prior to the run being completed > vce(cluster xticker) From å½¢åå¸°ã¢ãã«ã§ããï¼ãã¾ããã¸ããããããããã«ä»£è¡¨ããã å¾å±å¤æ°ã2å¤ã®ãã®ã§ãªã³ã¯é¢æ°ããã¸ã¹ãã£ãã¯åå¸ã¨ãããããªåæã¯ç¸å¯¾çã«å°ãªãããã«æãã®ã§ï¼åå¿ã®æå³ããã â¦ clear* 88 > Rolling replications (86) <> because */ 0.02+0.05*total+alpha+ /* Setting panel data: xtset The Stata command to run fixed/random effecst is xtreg. > 2.1 æä½å¤æ°æ³ã®åºæ¬çãªèãæ¹ æä½å¤æ°æ³ã®å©ç¨ä¾ãè¿°ã¹ãåã«, æä½å¤æ°æ³èªä½ã®èãæ¹ãæåã«èª¬æãã¾ã. > > I am trying to run a , xtreg, regression over three periods and then use To: [email protected] rolling command panel data 2020-07-16T07:23:04+05:00 Home âº Forums âº ASROL : Rolling Window and by-Group Descriptive Statistics âº rolling command panel data Search for: (and did report to Stata but have never seen notice that it was > gen alpha=rnormal(0,0.02) Step1: Before doing a times-series regression, we need to declare this dataset as a time-series sample. local j=`i'+2 * http://www.stata.com/support/statalist/faq Re: st: RE: How to understand the linear prediction after -heckman-. Both depend upon the dataset having been tsset beforehand. * Contents 1.1 > forvalues command to run the regression, xtreg, one period at a time for > ----+--- 1 ---+--- 2 ---+--- 3 ---+--- 4 ---+--- 5 > -> xticker = 1 y is the dependent var and x is the independent var. * http://www.stata.com/help.cgi?search The betas should be estimated on the excess return exret and market premium rmrf from the previous 12 months. asrol calculates descriptive statistics in a userâs defined rolling-window or over a grouping variable. all > Fax:404.270.9840 > I am trying to run a , xtreg, regression over three periods and then use AW: st: Using Rolling Regression with Panel Data I observed this a while back I have a longitudinal dataset that has 2000 stocks as xticker (id) and dependent variable, return (t+1), with â¦ I recently posted asreg on the SSC. > Is there another command that I should be using? What we intent to do is to do a rolling regression and compute the persistence coefficient for each regression and ... Rolling window regression for a timeseries data is basically running multiple regression with different overlapping (or non-overlapping) window of values at a time. This is very much worth doing: not only can you save yourself repeatedly specifying panel variable and time variable, but Stata behaves smartly given any gaps in the data. set more on > My var3 This seems to be a tough application of the xt commands. gen alpha=rnormal(0,0.02) There are other differences with respect to how these two calculate the regression components in a rolling window. RE: st: Using Rolling Regression with Panel Data Degas, > It starts going through each of the 2000 stocks, by listing xticker1, The code below reproduces an example with one I'd like to do a rolling window regression for each firm and extract the coefficient of the independent var. Date rolling2 is identical to the official rolling prefix with one exception. find rolling: to be slow with a panel? > -> xticker = 1 to estimate a single coefficient. fixed), I found that -rolling- in conjunction with panels is far Stata: Visualizing Regression Models Using ... Data source: nhanes2 Diabetes 19. (_b[mvalue]) (_b[kstock]) (_b[_cons]) /// Wed, 30 Sep 2009 13:13:43 -0400 > It starts going through each of the 2000 stocks, by listing xticker1, Regards, > Wed, 30 Sep 2009 18:19:27 +0200 merging the results of each somewhat like this: In my case a regression was taking * http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/stata/, mailto:[email protected] , http://www.stata.com/support/statalist/faq, Re: st: Using Rolling Regression with Panel Data, AW: st: Using Rolling Regression with Panel Data, st: RE: Support for negative time-format (duration), st: RE: one-sided p-value using test x1=x2. observations. This seems rolling regressions are a common technique and Stata seems pretty sophisticated; are most researchers running these regressions for 1+ days? The key difference between the Stataâs official rolling command and asreg [see this blog entry for installation] is in their speeds. Fixed Effects and Random Effects Models in Stata https://sites.google.com/site/econometricsacademy/econometrics-models/panel-data-models // prep data asreg is a Stata program for estimation of rolling window regressions. Italic letters refers to Stata codes. gen return= /* > of the periods, Period 1, Period 2, etc. Although not documented as such, official rolling operates separately on each panel of a panel data set. That is, the first ************* 10 Regression with Panel Data. keep if id==`id' We do not have a one line command to perform the regressions that you > quietly: rolling, window(`window') saving(`stats', replace) /// Or am I better off creating a giant panel with overlapping entries and using statsby?I.e., give each window its own by entry. I would like to perform a rolling window regression for panel data over a period of 36 months and get the monthly intercept as output. over 1 hour on a 4 CPU box, this was for somewhere around 100 panels, asrol can efficiently handle all types of data structures such as data declared as time series or panel data, undeclared data, or data with duplicate values, missing values, or data having time series gaps. Regards, * For searches and help try: bys xticker: gen period=_n Subject > (running regress on estimation sample) > > ----+--- 1 ---+--- 2 ---+--- 3 ---+--- 4 ---+--- 5 Explore advanced and specialized topics, from panel data modeling to interaction effects in regression models. September 2009 17:28 An: [email protected] Betreff: Re: st: Using Rolling Regression with Panel Data Hi, I'm not really sure what your question is, but I'm guessing you find rolling: to be slow with a panel? > Degas A. Wright, CFA > 250 East Ponce De Leon Avenue, Suite 325 When you say "I need Stata to see when the management structure change from single to team and vice versa and not to provide beta estimates for this period", what do you mean by "this period." se_mvalue se_kstock se_const /// > * -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht----- > > > It complains about insufficient Stata commands are shown in the context of practical examples. This is the first of several videos illustrating how to carry out simultaneous multiple regression and evaluating assumptions using STATA. t(75) Constant 0.571 0.109 5.24 lnav_yrs_sch_1970 0.6925 0.0746 9.28. egen total=rowtotal(var*) This can be done by using the tsset command. 88 76869, posted 20 I hope this helps. Downloadable! > (running regress on estimation sample) [mailto:[email protected] ] Im Auftrag von Brian R. Landy xtset xticker period When I use Fax:404.270.9840 ï..ID Period Return RMRF SMB5 HML RMW 1-1 1 1 0.027131614 -0.000206798 -0.021403548 0.017474395 1-2 1 2 0.009564262 0.025552733 -0.011379760 0.022345710 1-3 1 3 0.014315746 â¦ Threshold regression allows us to estimate a single regression with different kind of relationship between two different nature of the same data. Downloadable! Rolling window regression for a timeseries data is basically running multiple regression with different overlapping (or non-overlapping) window of values at a time. > asreg has the same speed efficiency as asrol.All the rolling window calculations, estimation of regression parameters, and writing of results to Stata variables are done in the Mata language. I tried applying the rollapply function in zoo in order to run a rolling regression within an in-sample with a window of 262 obs. > following command: In my case a regression was taking > "Degas Wright" Von: [email protected] the > Decatur, Georgia 30030 HTH To understand theâ¦ How to convert numeric date to Stata date. > following command: tempfile stats set seed 14234 Unlike the pooled cross sections, the observations for the same cross section unit (panel, entity, cluster) in general are > tempfile stats > Decatur Capital Management, Inc. Gesendet: Mittwoch, 30. Martin [mailto:[email protected] ] Im Auftrag von Brian R. Landy > Chief Investment Officer My data has 1397 Funds (ID) with 252 monthly returns each. rolling _b _se, window(3) clear: /* gen var`i'=rnormal(0,0.03) > > ......... Hi Guys, If you want to see a more frequent video from this channel please support the project in this link https://www.patreon.com/notafraid. (`i') (`j') /// ************* For example, I run the following following on the Compustat data base from 1975 to 2010 (about 30,000 regressions) and it takes about 12 hours. > set obs 2000 observations. display _n(3) in white _col(30) /// > * http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/stata/ set seed 14234 > it will take a long time to go through all 2000 stocks. postclose `vector' Rolling window is 12. > coefficients from the regression to forecast the t+1 return. merging the results of each somewhat like this: However, that command is too slow, especially for larger data set. > * For searches and help try: To estimate rolling window regressions in Stata, the conventional method is to use the rolling command of Stata. > * http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/stata/ Gustavo * http://www.stata.com/help.cgi?search I am working on panel data, and I am running asreg by Industry and year, I have a few factor variables, how can I use them in asreg. post `vector' /// * > Thank you for your assistance. xtset company year drop _merge Thank you for your response Hi, I'm not really sure what your question is, but I'm guessing you } > Brian * http://www.stata.com/support/statalist/faq > of the datasets available from our website: using the -postfile- command". > * http://www.stata.com/support/statalist/faq ROLLREG: Stata module to perform rolling regression estimation. xtset xticker period -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht----- > > coefficients from the regression to forecast the t+1 return. 1 Introduction 1.1 Opening Stata Stata 11 is available on UCD computers by clicking on the \Networked Applications". postfile `vector' time1 time2 /// With the move() option, moving-window estimates of the specified window width are computed for the available sample period. gen end=date // for later merging expand 88 the Logistic regression Panel Data, also called the logit Panel Data model, is used for dichotomistic outcome variable models. > * http://www.stata.com/help.cgi?search Or are they using SAS for these calculations? > . I would like to perform a rolling window regression for panel data over a period of 36 months and get the monthly intercept as output. Logistic regression Panel Data, also called the logit Panel Data model, is used for dichotomistic outcome variable models. I have an unbalanced panel data set and I would like to run rolling regressions for each group (ISIN) of my dataset. levelsof id, local(ids) * For searches and help try: To > Rolling replications (86) > ........ rolling _b _se, window (3) clear: xtreg return, var1, var2,.var20, asreg is an order of magnitude faster than rolling. Decatur, Georgia 30030 Stata: Visualizing Regression Models Using coefplot Partiallybased on Ben Jannâs June 2014 presentation at the 12thGerman Stata Users Group meeting in Hamburg, Germany: âA new command for plotting regression coefficients tempname vector Von: [email protected] > . It complains about insufficient AW: st: Using Rolling Regression with Panel Data gen end=date // for later merging > ered include data management, graphing, regression analysis, binary outcomes, ordered and multinomial regression, time series and panel data. > periods (months). // prep data [Thread Prev][Thread Next][Thread Index] Re: st: rolling regression in panel data. Regression with panel data â¢ Baltagi(2002) Econometrics 3. rd . Require and store the coefficient estimates. This took my 1+ hour runtime down to just a few minutes. (_se[mvalue]) (_se[kstock]) (_se[_cons]) > However, that command is too slow, especially for larger data set. My workaround was to use foreach to loop over the panels, saving and > > Chief Investment Officer The code is usually typed in following format: tsset panel_id_var time_id_var Thisâ¦ sectional regression. over 1 hour on a 4 CPU box, this was for somewhere around 100 panels, the > > */ rnormal(0,0.03) > Should I avoid rolling and manually code rolling regressions? > ........ commands in this way appears to be an efficient means to increase the Estimates of parameters----- Parameter estimate s.e. 4rollingâ Rolling-window and recursive estimation causes Stata to regress depvar on indepvar using periods 1â20, store the regression coefï¬cients (b), run the regression using periods 2â21, and so on, ï¬nishing with a regression using periods 81â100 (the last 20 periods). > -> xticker = 2 > dependent variable, return (t+1), with 20 independent variables (t) over I have a panel dataset which consists of the following variables: ddate=daily date, mdate=monthly date, stockName= stock Id, dExReturn= each stock's daily excess return and mktexcess= market's portfolio excess return. Keywords: rolling regression; moving window (search for similar items in EconPapers) Date: 2004-07-14, Revised 2005-03-07 Note: This module should be installed from within Stata by â¦ Stata: Data Analysis and Statistical Software . Rolling window regressionsâ¦ Rolling regressions, beta, t-statistics, and SE in Stata. bys xticker: gen period=_n Website: www.decaturcapital.com Say I had panel data like this: If I wanted to perform a regression on the observations of years 1994 to 1996, instead of the entire dataset, whats â¦ I have a sheet of 18,000 company names from 4 different census years. > regression on just one panel). gen return= /* over multiple date ranges. Brian & Martin, */ 0.02+0.05*total+alpha+ /* st: Using Rolling Regression with Panel Data. > forvalues command to run the regression, xtreg, one period at a time for Munich Personal RePEc Archive Panel Data Analysis with Stata Part 1 Fixed Eï¬ects and Random Eï¬ects Models Pillai N., Vijayamohanan 2016 Online at https://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/76869/ MPRA Paper No. rolling _b _se, window (3) clear: xtreg return, var1, var2,.var20, Hi, I'm not really sure what your question is, but I'm guessing you Rolling regressions are an example of an econometric procedure that belongs to this category. > * For searches and help try: asreg is an order of magnitude faster than estimating rolling window regressions through conventional methods such as Stata loops or using the Stataâs official rolling command. beta_mvalue beta_kstock beta_const /// Panel data looks like this country year Y X1 X2 X3 1 2000 6.0 7.8 5.8 1.3 1 2001 4.6 0.6 7.9 7.8 1 2002 9.4 2.1 5.4 1.1 merge id end using "`stats'", sort update replace nokeep ). > Degas A. Wright, CFA organized data, 3) choose a proper panel data model, 4) read and report Stata output correctly, 5) interpret the result substantively, and 6) present the result in a professional manner. Sincerely, I would assume I need to apply a multiple rolling regression. From: [email protected] Quoting Degas Wright : Voice: 404.270.9838 > ----+--- 1 ---+--- 2 ---+--- 3 ---+--- 4 ---+--- 5 > Rolling replications (86) * September 2009 17:28 asreg can easily estimate rolling regressions, betas, t-statistics and SE in Stata. because RE: st: Using Rolling Regression with Panel Data For instance I use the to estimate a single coefficient. Christopher Baum () . egen total=rowtotal(var*) Regression with panel data â¢ Baltagi(2002) Econometrics 3 rd Edition â¢ Baltagi(2005) Econometric Analysis of Panel Data Estimates of parameters ----- Parameter estimate s.e. when I try to replicate your dataset, I do not even manage to get -rolling- > * http://www.stata.com/help.cgi?search forv i=1/20{ > Dear Degas, These entities could be states, companies, individuals, countries, etc. (and did report to Stata but have never seen notice that it was mail, "You may rather need to write a short program including a loop and As for your second question, I do not understand what you want. > Fax:404.270.9840 Thank you, We will show a number of examples from a data file which contains a measurement of alcohol use, alcuse, taken at ages 14, 15 and 16 for 82 children (identified by the variable id). Stata: Data Analysis and Statistical Software Notice: On April 23, 2014, Statalist moved from an email list to a forum, based at statalist.org. I am not sure if it will work if use i.var in asreg the way we use in panel data regression? Notice: On April 23, 2014, Statalist moved from an email list to a forum, based at statalist.org. when I try to replicate your dataset, I do not even manage to get -rolling- > Decatur, Georgia 30030 webuse grunfeld,clear Subject Decatur Capital Management, Inc. > dependent variable, return (t+1), with 20 independent variables (t) over slower than the time implied by (# panels)*(time for rolling In a rolling regression, least-squares techniques are used to fit a linear equation (and estimate the corresponding coefficients) multiple times using partially overlapping subsamples (from a larger set). Degas, > Decatur Capital Management, Inc. regression on just one panel). > I have a longitudinal dataset that has 2000 stocks as xticker (id) and rolling _b _se, window(3) clear: /* > Is there another command that I should be using? > This took my 1+ hour runtime down to just a few minutes. expand 88 } > xticker 2, etc.. > of the periods, Period 1, Period 2, etc. I have an unbalanced panel data of mutual funds data from 1981 to 2013 with monthly observations of their returns. foreach id of local ids { */ rnormal(0,0.03) quietly: rolling, window(`window') saving(`stats', replace) /// 250 East Ponce De Leon Avenue, Suite 325 I observed this a while back (and did report to Stata but have never seen notice that it was fixed), I found that -rolling- in conjunction with panels is far slower than the time implied by (# panels)*(time for rolling regression on just one panel). > Website: www.decaturcapital.com To estimate rolling window regressions in Stata, the conventional method is to use the rolling command of Stata. > it will take a long time to go through all 2000 stocks. > } */ xtreg return var*, /* * http://www.stata.com/support/statalist/faq My data has 1397 Funds (ID) with 252 monthly returns each. An: [email protected] > HTH * http://www.stata.com/support/statalist/faq gen xticker=_n * http://www.stata.com/support/statalist/faq I observed this a while back 4 years of daily data, and a 2 year rolling regression. type: xtset country year delta: 1 â¦ [Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index] For instance I use the 10 Regression with Panel Data Regression using panel data may mitigate omitted variable bias when there is no information on variables that correlate with both the regressors of interest and the independent variable and if these variables are constant in the time dimension or across entities. > Code: Select all'create some data create u 800 series y=nrnd series x1=nrnd series x2=nrnd series z=nrnd '-----'run rolling regression ' set window size!window = 750 Gesendet: Mittwoch, 30. Example: the coefficients for year 2010, should be deducted through running a pooled cross-sectional regression using data â¦ An: [email protected] > Then your rolling regression will look at 12 months of data at a time. forv i=1/20{ merge id end using "`stats'", sort update replace nokeep From } xtreg invest mvalue kstock if year>=`i' & year<=`j' 2 Panel Data Panel data is obtained by observing the same person, ï¬rm, county, etc over several periods. asreg is order of magnitude faster than estimating rolling window regressions through conventional methods such as Stata loops or using the â¦ > The xtline command allows you to generate linear plots for panel data. using mybeta, replace levelsof id, local(ids) find rolling: to be slow with a panel? > I recently posted asreg on the SSC. Editionâ, Stata Press ã®ç¬¬6ç« Linear instrumental-variables regressionã®å
å®¹ãç¨ãã¦è§£èª¬ãè¡ã ã¾ã. Before using xtregyou need to set Stata to handle panel data by using the command xtset. How is your real dataset different from the one I concoct? To * http://www.stata.com/help.cgi?search Chief Investment Officer STATA staff sent the following to me on this question: Rolling Regression Rolling OLS applies OLS across a fixed windows of observations and then rolls (moves or slides) the window across the data set. Statistical Software Components from Boston College Department of Economics. I am trying to perform a rolling regression for time t over the last 36 months for companies with observations for 18 of these months, but I am not able to make the function work. As I mentioned in my previous Subject: AW: st: Using Rolling Regression with Panel Data How is your real dataset different from the one I concoct? Edition â¢ Baltagi(2005) Econometric Analysis of Panel Data. all > > I have a longitudinal dataset that has 2000 stocks as xticker (id) and regression analysis, binary regression, ordered and multinomial regression, time series and panel data. Rolling window regressions in Stata. the * http://www.stata.com/help.cgi?search gen xticker=_n > -> xticker = 2 } > 250 East Ponce De Leon Avenue, Suite 325 slower than the time implied by (# panels)*(time for rolling asreg can easily estimate rolling regressions, betas, t-statistics and SE in Stata. asreg is a Stata that f its a model of depvar on indepvars using linear regression in a user's defined rolling window or by a grouping variable. September 2009 17:28 Betreff: Re: st: Using Rolling Regression with Panel Data Brian forvalues i=1935/1952 { To estimate rolling window regressions in Stata, the conventional method is to use the rolling command of Stata. > [Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index] > ----+--- 1 ---+--- 2 ---+--- 3 ---+--- 4 ---+--- 5 Fixed Effects and Random Effects Models in Stata https://sites.google.com/site/econometricsacademy/econometrics-models/panel-data-models Abstract: rollreg computes three different varieties of rolling regression estimates. I plan to try this solution and the others that you suggested. > Rolling replications (86) > xticker 2, etc.. Martin 4 years of daily data, and a 2 year rolling regression. It is assumed the reader is using version 11, although this is generally not necessary to follow the commands. Under some circumstances, you may want to estimate a model (such as a linear regression) pooling all data available during a fixed window, generating a single set of coefficients. I only want the gen var`i'=rnormal(0,0.03) In this post, I show how to use asreg for reporting standard errors, fitted values, and t-statistics in a rolling window. However, that command is too slow, especially for larger data set. > periods (months). tsset id date ************* Students can learn how to 1) organize panel data, 2) recognize and handle ill-organized data, 3) choose a proper panel data model, 4) read and report Stata output correctly, R-square of the model as compared to simply using a one period cross nodots: regress y x local j=`j'+1 Regression using panel data may mitigate omitted variable bias when there is no information on variables that correlate with both the regressors of interest and the independent variable and if these variables are constant in the time dimension or across entities. > vce(cluster xticker) Degas A. Wright, CFA My workaround was to use foreach to loop over the panels, saving and * http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/stata/ > set more off I am trying to estimate betas with a rolling regression. In R I can pre-split the data into a list of date nodots: regress y x set obs 2000 > * http://www.stata.com/support/statalist/faq Quoting Degas Wright : I want to use this as a dummy variable in panel data, but Iâm worried that it since it does not have every year and location where there was not a war, it will force the panel regression into only including years and countries where September 2009 17:28 An: [email protected] Betreff: Re: st: Using Rolling Regression with Panel Data Hi, I'm not really sure what your question is, but I'm guessing you find rolling: to be slow with a panel? "Time period:" `i' "-" `j' > -----Original Message----- tsset id date * For searches and help try: My imported data contains 7 variables: Y and X1, X2, X3, X4, X5, X6. From Richard Herron To [email protected] : Subject Re: st: rolling regression in panel data: Date Wed, 5 Oct â¦ fixed), I found that -rolling- in conjunction with panels is far The common regression command is as follows: rollreg y x1 x2 x3, move(n) stub(xx) robust where rollreg is the code for rolling

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