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Re: st: RE: How to make a table with mlogit results
You can also use the -esta- command (contained in the -estout-
package) and directly write a Word RTF table. The following command
should work for you:
esta mlogit1 using mlogitout.rtf, replace eform b(3) se scalars(ll
chi2) label unstack constant
If the columns are too wide, add e.g. -modelwidth(8)- (the default is 12).
On 3/23/07, Kristin J. Kleinjans <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Thanks again for your help, Maarten!
It works well with style(tab).
> --- Kristin J. Kleinjans wrote:
>> estout works beautifully (I need it for word, so I did not try the
>> other commands). The only thing I have not figured out is how to make
>> it into a table format (as opposed to columns separated by spaces).
> I am now primarily a LaTeX user, but if I remember correctly you can do
> this as follows: If you set style to tab instead of fixed you can copy
> and paste the table into word. In Word select the table (which doesn't
> yet look like a table) and go to
> table --> convert --> text to table .
> Hope this helps,
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