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Re: st: outreg after hireg
At 03:44 AM 6/22/2006, John Gelissen wrote:
If you've got Stata 9, use nestreg instead. nestreg was inspired by
hireg but is more flexible and powerful. In particular, I haven't
tried it myself, but there is a store option. The help says
"store(stub) specifies that each model fitted by nestreg be stored
under the name stub#, where # is the nesting order from first to last."
Does anybody know whether it is possible to use outreg after hireg?
I tried the multiequation
option in outreg (using the ctitle option), as explained in the
documentation of outreg, but I did
not succeed in getting it to work correctly.
If you have an earlier version of Stata, I suspect you are out of
luck, unless you want to try hacking the program so it stores results
after each model.
I'll also add the standard advice to quit using outreg and use the
more modern outreg2 or estout instead.
Richard Williams, Notre Dame Dept of Sociology
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