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Re: st: appended tex-tables?
At 15:40 17/03/04 +0100, Jan Pettersson wrote:
The latest version of the -listtex- package has -appendto()- and -handle()-
options, allowing it to append regressions in -parmest- outputs. (And don't
forget the -dsconcat- command, which appends Stata data sets.) However, if
you want your TeX tables to have multiple rows per estimated parameter,
then the best way is probably to use -reshape, long- to reformat the
dataset, -sdecode- to convert the estimate/standard error variable to
string, and -replace- to add parentheses.
I would like to use -outtex- to present regression results in a tex table.
However, I have four regressions that I would like to append horisontically,
as when using -outreg, append-, and outtex does not allow for this. Since
cutting and pasting in tex-tables is fairly cumbersome, I guess the
alternative is to use parmest and then make a tex-table from that output.
However, in this case, one would need some labour in order to get, say,
standard errors in parenthesis, and to appear below coefficient estimates.
The -listtex-, -dsconcat- and -sdecode- packages are all downloadable from
SSC, and also from my website (see below), where you can also find a
pre-publication draft of Newson (2003), which documents these and other
packages, and their use with -reshape-, in case you do not already have a copy.
I hope this helps.
Newson R. Confidence intervals and p-values for delivery to the end user.
The Stata Journal 2003; 3(3): 245-269.
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