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Re: st: Reporting Multiple Models In A Single Table
At 04:35 PM 3/8/2004 -0600, Patrick McLeod wrote:
Good Afternoon Statalisters,
Try -findit outreg- and see if that does what you want. From the first
part of the online help:
I have a question regarding reporting the estimation results of multiple
models in a single table. Say I have four different models I estimate
using -regress-. I store each of these models after estimation using -est
store modelx- where x=1 through 4 for each of my four models.
Is there a way I can integrate each of these model's estimation reports
(the F, Prob > F, # of obs., R^2, root MSE, and independent variable
statistics) into a single table of output using the four stored models and
the -tabulate- or -tabstat- command?
Or do I need to just whip up a table in Open Office (or Microsoft Word
would be comparable) and type them all in by hand?
"outreg formats regression output as it is presented in most documents. The
ultimate purpose of most estimation is to present the results in tables quite
different from those displayed within Stata. outreg automates the process of
converting the regression results to most of the standard presentation formats
by creating a text file for inclusion in a word processing table."
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