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Re: st: Stata Estimates to LaTeX Tables
At 09:02 11/05/04 -0700, Fredrik Wallenberg wrote:
I went back and looked at your enduser document but must admit I don't see
anything there that is useful to me. It doesn't look to me that I can use
-listtex- to produce the tables I'm used to (basically the ones produced
by outtex) where you get the significance mark next to the estimate and
the standard errors in parenthesis below.
You should be able to produce tables like you are used to by using
-parmest- and -dsconcat-, followed by -tostring- to convert the estimates
and SEs to string, followed by -replace- to add the parentheses to the SEs
and the significance marks to the estimates, followed by -reshape, long- to
put the parenthesised SEs below the estimates. The resulting resultsset can
then be output using -listtex-. However, I myself have never done this,
because, in the medical sector, most people prefer estimates with
confidence limits, possibly followed by left-justified P-values to 2
significant figures (Stata format %-8.2g) if there is enough space.
If I'm missing anything obvious, let me know.
I hope this helps.
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