xtdpdml. It combines maximum likelihood estimation, the logic of cross-lagged panel models, and the robustness to spuriousness of fixed effects estimators into
dpm, dynamic panel models. Written with help from Richard Williams and Paul Allison.
panel_dataobject class designed to make panel-specific functions easier to handle and
wbm, a procedure for fitting within-between regression models.
jtoolspackage, this provides a set of functions that aid the analysis of statistical interactions. It implement simple slopes analysis, the calculation of Johnson-Neyman intervals, and plots for understanding interaction effects.
panelr, to the wider world. There’s at least one comparable package for R, called
plm, which is very good and should be particularly appealing for economists. This leads to the understandable question as to how