So, I'm a R user and currently working on a spatial analysis on panel data. Based on my experience for these past days, I understand that spml function on splm package requires strict condition to actually run the analysis (e.g.: balanced panels and complete cases).

Recently, I tried to run plm function (from pacakge plm) instead with self-defined spatially-lagged dependent variable. Will this actually yield the same result? Is there important unaccounted spatial aspects if I use plm instead of spml function?


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