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st: RE: RE: RE: Question: Saving table result
Associated with each command in Stata is
something called "help".
. help tabstat
. whelp tabstat
or the equivalent via the menu will bring
up the help for -tabstat-, which among
other things explains that the -save- option
saves results to matrices. This is probably
not what you want here. It is certainly
nothing to do with files unless you
also use commands to write the matrix
to a file, which I suspect is, in total,
more complicated than you want.
The other possibility advertised yesterday
was to use Stata's Copy Table facility.
> It worked. Thansk! Gabi.
> But I still need to seek a convenient way to do this job.
> Are there other ways to save the result table in spreadsheet format
> immediately after "tabstat command"?
> I have another question on "tabstat" command.
> I put the option command "save" at the end of "tabstat" command.
> .tabstat pop7 pop8 pop9 pop0, by(city) stats(sum) save
> I believe that the option "save" will save the result of
> tabstat somewhere.
> I don't know where STATA saved the result. And I don't know
> how I can pull
> out the result either?
> Do I misunderstand the function of the option "save"?
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