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st: RE: Towards a more flexible outreg
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> Aamer Abu-Qarn wrote:
> >What I want is to extract some info from regressions output
> (coef., std, t,
> >r2) and assign them to cells of a matix/table that i
> declare. So at the end
> >i'll get a formatted matrix/table that includes info from
> many regression
> >that i run. Assuming I declare a matrix/table A(10,4) in
> which the first
> >coulmn would include the regression number, the second
> _b[X1], the third
> >_se[X1], and the fourth R2. each of the rows would refer to
> a different
> >regression. I know that in Eviews it's possible to declare a
> matrix or table
> >of a specific dimension and then start assigning the values
> of each cell
> >from regression output or from any other source (any values/strings).
> >I looked in the manual of stata and i couldn't find a command to just
> >declare a matrix/table of a given dimension without filling
> it at the same
> >to sum it up all i need is a flexible way to organize my results.
> >I'm aware of the command outreg but i need a more flexible
> way of organizing
> >the results.
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