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st: RE: Update to -estout- available from SSC


From   "G Livesey" <glivesey@nlogic.co.uk>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: RE: Update to -estout- available from SSC
Date   Sat, 17 Mar 2007 21:47:19 -0000

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From: owner-statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
[mailto:owner-statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu] On Behalf Of Ben Jann
Sent: 16 March 2007 20:12
To: statalist
Subject: st: Update to -estout- available from SSC


Thanks to Kit Baum, an update to the -estout- package is available from
SSC.

To install the update, type

  . ssc install estout, replace

or use the -adoupdate- command.

The update fixes some bugs and introduces the following new features:

o  -estout, style(smcl)- now produces SMCL formatted tables
    for display in the Stata results window or viewer (SMCL
    is the native Stata markup language). Use the -smcl-
    style to get a quick overview of your models on screen.

o  The -cells()- option of -estout- now features the following
    new elements:

    -_star- to print stars denoting the significance of the
        coefficients

    -_sign- to print the signs of the estimates (+/-)

    -_sigsign- to print repetitions of the signs of the
        estimates, where the number of repetitions reflects
        the level of significance

    For example,

       . estout, cells(_star)

    produces a table containing only the significance stars.

       . estout, cells(_sign)

    produces a table containing the signs of the estimates
   (positive vs. negative). Furthermore,

       . estout, cells(_sigsign)

    produces a table containing "-" or "+" for coefficients
    significant at the 5% level, "--" or "++" for coeffs
    significant at the 1% level, "---" or "+++" for
    coefficients significant at the 0.1% level, and
    nothing for non-significant coefficients.

o  The -cells()- option has a new -vacant()- suboption
    to specify text to be printed if a coefficient is not
    in the model.

ben
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