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    Need help with time series

    (Hypothetically...) Early on the males and females exhibit very similar degrees of happiness, but over time one group goes up and the other goes down, such that a significant gap emerges between male and female happiness. Makes sense. Although in my case the independent variable (gender) is...
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    Need help with time series

    Fair enough. If having different respondents at each interval technically means it's not time series then I'm fine with that : ). Indeed, the data do in fact show changes over time. Can the coefficients be compared to make an insightful comparison about what's going on with each group? I'm...
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    Need help with time series

    No, each respondent is unique. No respondent is present in multiple periods.
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    Need help with time series

    I have time series survey data, with different respondents at each interval with an attitudinal DV (say, happiness). I'd like to compare two groups of respondents (say, males and females). 1) What is the best test to compare these two groups to determine whether they are significantly different...