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Re: st: Copying tables to Word or PowerPoint
At 06:28 AM 4/28/2006, Sara Mottram wrote:
The main weakness of that FAQ is that it uses -outreg- as an example
of a table creation command. outreg2 and estout are generally
better, in part because they are actively maintained. I've recently
started using outreg2 and really like it. It is pretty good if you
mostly just want coefficients and standard errors in your tables
(which seems to be what I want most of the time). estout gives you
quite a few options for more complicated tables.
This should tell you what you want to know. I have found that it
works better with some output tables than other though.
Hope this helps.
Richard Williams, Notre Dame Dept of Sociology
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