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Re: st: Displaying the outputs of a tobit and other model(s)


From   "louis boakye-yiadom" <louisby@hotmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Displaying the outputs of a tobit and other model(s)
Date   Thu, 16 Nov 2006 10:04:53 +0000

Ben,
It works! Many thanks. The list of regressors was, however, preceded by the expression "#1", but this is a trivial issue since the expression can easiliy be deleted without altering the layout.

Louis




From: "Ben Jann" <ben.jann@gmail.com>

This is because in -est table-, -esta-, or -estout- the equations of
the tabulated models are matched by equation names. tobit has two
equations named "model" and "sigma".  OLS and probit, however, have
only one equation (without name). The solution is simple: add
-equations(1)- to your command (works with all commands you cited).
This causes the first equations of the models to be matched  -- and
the models will be aligned.
ben

On 11/15/06, louis boakye-yiadom <louisby@hotmail.com> wrote:
I've been trying unsuccessfully to display the outputs of three models
(probit, OLS, and tobit) in such a way that they would be displayed beside
each other. I've used various commands (-estout1-, -esta-, and -est table-),
but in each case, I get two models displayed beside each other, but the
third beneath the two. Strangely, I don't have this problem if the models do
not include a tobit. I've even tried displaying the outputs of only two
models, but I get the same problem so long as one of the models is a tobit.
Any help will be appreciated. Thanks.

Louis
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