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Re: st: Re: Stata Output to Tex
I am definitely a convert to -estout- (I used to use outreg). Estout
is at the point where it can handle some very complicated layout
preferences and generate the LaTeX code without any post-editing
On Mon, 16 Aug 2004 10:31:03 -0700 (PDT), Friedrich Huebler
> Two options are -outreg- and -estout-, both avaible at SSC. I am not
> familiar with -estout- but with -outreg- you have to edit the
> resulting text file manually if I want to exclude some lines.
> Friedrich Huebler
> --- Amit Khandelwal <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > I know there is a stata command "outtex" that cleanly makes TeX
> > tables. However, is there a similar command that can neatly format
> > several regressions into a single table?
> > Also, does anyone know of a way to suppress dummy variable results
> > in
> > a regression, so that just the variables of interest are displayed?
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