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st: Re:tables from smcl
On Fri, 23 May 2003 11:33:30 -0400 "Jesper B. Sorensen"
> I would like to be able to accomplish the following and wonder if anyone
> has a utility for doing it:
> I have a bunch of smcl logs containing regression results (about 10 per
> file, say). I want to create nicely formatted tables in something like
> word, so I would like to convert the results in the smcl files to something
> like the output generated by outreg. I.e., variable name, parameter
> estimate, standard error, and stars or the like for significance level in
> a comma-delimited file.
> The obvious answer is to use outreg right after running the models. But
> the data sit on a machine with restricted (no external) access (on the
> other side of the Atlantic), so all I have is the smcl files (in electronic
> form, of course).
Could you elaborate on your constraints please? It seems that you
can produce and retrieve log files, so why can't you use
-outreg- combined with an ascii log, and also have in the do file a
command that does a system call to -type- the outreg file (the
output of which would be echoed to the log)? (Alternatively, if you can
retrieve log files, why can't you retrieve files that -outreg- would
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