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Hello Roger Newson
Thanks for your message on parmest. I have Stata 7. I downloaded the parmest file from your website, but it seems to be an ado file. So I guess there's no way for me to type in the parmest command from the interactive mode in Stata, using the options such as escal emac and avec? I have to run the ado file for stata to create a dataset with not only the parameters etc but also other tests? I looked in the stata search for parmest, and among the options listed were not the options escal, emac and avec.
Date: Tue, 16 Mar 2004 12:57:25 +0000
From: Roger Newson <email@example.com>
Subject: st: Re: getting output in a decent table (not text) format
At 11:39 16/03/04 +0000, I wrote:
>Tewodaj doesn't say what version of Stata is being used here. However,
>-parmest- in Stata 7 and 8 has -escal()-, -emac()- and -evec()- options,
>which allow the user to save estimation results other than estimates,
>standard errors, confidence limits and P-values.
Sorry, I forgot to mention that the Stata 6 -parmest- also has these
options (although the Stata 5 -parmest- doesn't). Also, if you type
inside Stata, then you will find a pre-publication draft of a Stata Journal
article "Confidence intervals and p-values for delivery to the end user"
about preparing Stata results for publication and presentation, including a
Microsoft Word compatible form of table using -listtex-.
I hope this helps.
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