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st: Re: Create a table with signs of estimated coefficients

From   "Sergiy Radyakin" <>
To   <>
Subject   st: Re: Create a table with signs of estimated coefficients
Date   Thu, 8 Mar 2007 15:20:35 +0100

Hello Nikos,

Method 1:
1) you can use -outreg- or -outreg2- to accumulate a table of coefficients from different models (-net search outreg-).
2) save it as a file
3) import it to excel or a text editor
4) replace all digits and decimal separator to "" (nothing)
5) you will have then either empty cells, or "-", or "-*" or "*" where "*" is a significance flag (can be chosen in outreg)
6) replace to have "+" where appropriate e.g. "empty" -->"+", "*"-->"++", "-*"-->"--", "-" --> "-"

Method 1 involves headacke, and is not readily automated

Method 2:
1) accumulate your own table of results by saving vectors of coefficients (e(b)) and variances (e(V)) into a matrix or two different matrices.
2) determine yourself which coefficients are significant
3) output to a file accordingly (see -help file-)

Method 2 requires some more programming effort but simultaneously gives you full control.

Method 3:
1) wait for other suggestions...


Regards, Sergiy

----- Original Message ----- From: "Nikolaos Kanellopoulos" <>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, March 08, 2007 2:56 PM
Subject: st: Create a table with signs of estimated coefficients

Dear all,

I am estimating the same model in different datasets (the names of the
variables used are the same in all datasets).

I want to create a table with the sign of estimated coefficients and if
possible have a double sign if the coefficient is significant.

Kind regards

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