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st: Re: outreg: p<.001 and real t-stats

From   Friedrich Huebler <>
Subject   st: Re: outreg: p<.001 and real t-stats
Date   Thu, 30 Jun 2005 07:18:54 -0700 (PDT)


Do you mean p<0.01? The option -3aster- adds 3 stars at the 1% level
of significance. I don't understand what you mean by "complete
t-statistics". Perhaps you refer to the -tdec(#)- option that
specifies the number of decimal places for t statistics. All this is
explained in the -outreg- help file.

Note that -outreg- has not been updated since 2002. Instead you may
want to try -estout-, which is actively maintained by Ben Jann, a
member of Statalist.

Friedrich Huebler

--- Kai Mühleck <> wrote:

> Hi all,
> Does anybody know about an option or ado-file for outreg that
> allows to get
> coefficients with a p-value < .001 marked automatically (three
> stars would
> be choice ;))? And does anybody know how to get the complete t- (or
> z-) statistics with outreg not only the absolute values? I checked
> Stata's help and the archives but couldn't find any hint. 
> Thank you for your help!
> Best, KAI
> _____________________________________
> Kai Mühleck
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