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Re: st: "RE: estout and test


From   JP Azevedo <jp.statalist@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: "RE: estout and test
Date   Wed, 7 Sep 2005 17:42:24 -0300

Many thanks once again for your help.
Cheers,
JP


On 9/7/05, Jann  Ben <ben.jann@soz.gess.ethz.ch> wrote:
> JP wrote:
> > How can I use eret2 matrix to display the results.
> >
> > I've tried the syntax below but things did not work as I expected.
> >
> > sysuse auto, clear
> >
> > test weight = mpg
> > mat tmp = r(F) , r(p) , r(df)
> > eret2 matrix tmp = tmp, replace
> >
> > estout, cells("tmp")
> >
> >         .
> >         tmp
> > weight
> > mpg
> > _cons
> >
> > estout, stats("tmp")
> >         .
> >         b
> > weight  1.746559
> > mpg     -49.51222
> > _cons   1946.069
> > tmp
> 
> You cannot use matrices to add statistics to the footer
> of the table (the -stats()- section). The solution is to
> save each statistic as a scalar:
> 
>  . test weight = mpg
>  . eret2 scalar F1 = r(F)
>  . eret2 scalar p1 = r(p)
>  . eret2 scalar df1 = r(df)
>  . estout, stats(F1 p1 df1)
> 
> However, matrices can be used to add additional information
> to the body of the table (the -cells()- section). In such a
> case it is important that the additional matrix has the same
> column names than the e(b)-matrix. Say, for some reason you
> want 1/b in your table. Then type:
> 
>  . sysuse auto, clear
>  . reg price weight mpg
>  . matrix reb = e(b)
>  . forv i = 1/`=colsof(reb)' {
>   2.  matrix reb[1,`i'] = 1 / reb[1,`i']
>   3. }
>  . eret2 matrix reb = reb
>  . estout, cells("b reb") sty(fixed)
> 
>                         b         reb
>  weight           1.746559     .5725543
>  mpg             -49.51222     -.020197
>  _cons            1946.069     .0005139
> 
> ben
> 
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