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Re: st: Modify estimation results


From   "Neil Shephard" <nshephard@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Modify estimation results
Date   Fri, 27 Jul 2007 08:57:56 +0100

On 7/27/07, Hendri Adriaens <Hendri@uvt.nl> wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I would like to know if it is possible to modify estimation results when
> storing them in memory. I do for instance:
> sysuse auto
> regress price mpg weight
> estimates store temp
> estout temp using c:\results.txt, cells("b se t p") replace
>
> But I would like the results.txt to contain another line, with some
> arbitrary text, for instance a comment. It exports something like:
>
>         temp
>         b       se      t       p
> mpg     -49.51222       86.15604        -.5746808       .5673237
> weight  1.746559        .6413538        2.723238        .0081298
> _cons   1946.069        3597.05 .541018 .5901886
>
> But I would be able to write
>
>         temp
> % This is a test model
>         b       se      t       p
> mpg     -49.51222       86.15604        -.5746808       .5673237
> weight  1.746559        .6413538        2.723238        .0081298
> _cons   1946.069        3597.05 .541018 .5901886
>
> Would it be possible? And how?

Not quite in the position you want it, but you could use the -title()-
option to estout to add the required text...

sysuse auto
regress price mpg weight
estimates store temp
estout temp using c:\results.txt, cells("b se t p") replace style(tab)
title("%This is a test model")

Neil


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