# Re: st: LaTeX and tabulate

 From Roger Newson To statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu Subject Re: st: LaTeX and tabulate Date Mon, 18 Nov 2002 13:00:39 +0000

```At 19:56 18/11/02 +1100, Ian Watson wrote:
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```  Findit reveals some useful programs for post-estimation results and
for summarize (and for a few other commands), but I haven't found
anything for converting cross tabs results into LaTeX code and would
```
One possibility might be to use the -dotex- command, which executes a Stata do-file and outputs the log as a TeX file compatible with SJ LaTeX (ie a LaTeX style used by The Stata Journal). Another possibility might be to use -collapse- instead of -tabulate-, and then output the resulting data set to a file of TeX-compatible table rows using the -listtex- command. You can then write your own table preamble and insert (or \input) the file of table rows. To find out more about these two possibilities, type -findit dotex- and -findit listtex-. There are probably other ways you might like to explore by typing -findit tex-.

I hope this helps.

Roger

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