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Re: st: appended tex-tables?
Few options are better than none, it seems to work fine! Thanks!
----- Original Message -----
From: "G. Mark Holmes" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, March 17, 2004 4:27 PM
Subject: Re: st: appended tex-tables?
> I have hacked out an "outreg to .tex" conversion that I use. It's
> cumbersome and has few options, but...
> net from http://www.unc.edu/~gholmes/stata
> net install tab2tex
> sysuse auto
> reg price mpg
> outreg using foo,replace
> reg price mpg foreign
> outreg using foo,append
> tab2tex using foo.out, saving(foo.tex , replace ) nofooter
> type foo.tex
> . type foo.tex
> & (1) & (2) \\
> & Price & Price \\
> Mileage (mpg) & -238.894 & -294.196 \\
> & (4.50)** & (5.28)** \\
> Car type & & 1,767.292 \\
> & & (2.52)* \\
> Constant & 11,253.061 & 11,905.415 \\
> & (9.61)** & (10.28)** \\
> Observations & 74 & 74 \\
> R-squared & 0.22 & 0.28 \\
> On Wed, 17 Mar 2004, Jan Pettersson wrote:
> > Dear all!
> > I would like to use -outtex- to present regression results in a tex
> > However, I have four regressions that I would like to append
> > as when using -outreg, append-, and outtex does not allow for this.
> > 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
> > However, in this case, one would need some labour in order to get, say,
> > standard errors in parenthesis, and to appear below coefficient
> > Any suggestions would be appreciated.
> > Kind regards,
> > Jan Pettersson
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