English, Article edition: SRATIO: Stata module to calculate ratio study statistics Mamoun BenMamoun

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  • SRATIO: Stata module to calculate ratio study statistics
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  • Mamoun BenMamoun
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  • The sratio command calculates and displays a variety of ratio study statistics, particularly for mass appraisal performance evaluation. These include measures of appraisal level, appraisal uniformity (dispersion and concentration), and reliability. The sratio takes, as input, a list of two scales variables that have positive values. This command implicitly computes the ratio of these two variables by dividing the first variable (the numerator) by the second variable (denominator) on the list provided. In appraisal ratio studies, the numerator could be the appraisal or assessment value and the denominator could be the market value.
  • ratio study statistics, mass appraisal performance evaluation
  • RePEc:boc:bocode:s456734
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