Displaying the most notable fixed-effectsSource:
This function plots the 5 fixed-effects with the highest and lowest values, for each of the fixed-effect dimension. It takes as an argument the fixed-effects obtained from the function
fixef.fixest after an estimation using
# S3 method for fixest.fixef plot(x, n = 5, ...)
An object obtained from the function
The number of fixed-effects to be drawn. Defaults to 5.
Not currently used.
Note that the fixed-effect coefficients might NOT be interpretable. This function is useful only for fully regular panels.
If the data are not regular in the fixed-effect coefficients, this means that several ‘reference points’ are set to obtain the fixed-effects, thereby impeding their interpretation. In this case a warning is raised.