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Re: st: Can p value levels and corresponding symbols be changed to match sociological journal conventions using outreg command


From   John Hendrickx <john_hendrickx@yahoo.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Can p value levels and corresponding symbols be changed to match sociological journal conventions using outreg command
Date   Tue, 20 Aug 2002 00:22:16 -0700 (PDT)

-desrep-, part of the -desmat- package will let you specify symbols
and cutpoints using the sigsym and sigcut options. You can also set
your own default values by specifying global macros in your
profile.do. Use -ssc describe desmat- for more details.

Hope this helps,
John Hendrickx


--- Conrad Hackett <chackett@Princeton.EDU> wrote:
> I am shamelessly trying to expedite the process of moving
> regression
> output into the standard table format for sociology journals. Can
> anyone
> suggest a way to modify the outreg command so that it generates the
> following symbols for p-values: "+" if p<.10, "*" if p<.05, "**" if
> p<.01, "***" if p<.001 ?   
> 
> Is there an easy way to get these symbols to occupy their own
> column
> adjacent to the column for coefficients and standard errors when
> the
> file is imported into Excel (so that columns will be nicely
> aligned)? In
> other words, can the symbols automatically be separated, in Stata
> or
> Excel, from the numbers they are appended to and moved into a
> separate
> column? 
> 
> Thanks in advance for any help on this relatively minor matter.
> 
> Conrad Hackett
> Ph.D. candidate
> Sociology Department
> Princeton University  
> 
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