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Re: st: RE: Mata Display Matrix


From   Marcello Pagano <pagano@hsph.harvard.edu>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: RE: Mata Display Matrix
Date   Wed, 29 Aug 2007 21:18:50 -0400

Thanks Ben.  Very impressive.

m.p.

Ben Jann wrote:
Marcello, I did some more improvements. mm_matlist() now features four
different border styles and there is a new function called
mm_smatlist() that returns the output in a string vector rather than
displaying it.

Download the new files from:

http://www.sociolab.ethz.ch/people/jannb/mm_matlist.zip

Here is a small example of what is possible now:

: mm_matlist(X)
1 2
+-------------------------+
1 | 61.00573 .0884898 |
2 | 4.244257 .2894747 |
+-------------------------+

: mm_matlist(X,("%9.0g","%8.4f"), 3, ("weight", "mpg"),
("Coef.","p-value"), "price")
--------------------------------
price | Coef. p-value
---------+----------------------
weight | 61.00573 0.0885
mpg | 4.244257 0.2895
--------------------------------

ben

On 8/29/07, Ben Jann <ben.jann@gmail.com> wrote:

As it happens I decided to include the function in the -moremata-
package and did some more work on it today morning on the train.
Wrapping is implemented and, in addition, it is possible to assign
different formats to different parts of the matrix and row and column
labels can be defined. What I did not take care of (yet) is options to
change borders. Code and a brief help file can be found at:

http://www.sociolab.ethz.ch/people/jannb/mm_matlist.zip

Download, extract, and then type

. do mm_matlist.mata

and

. help mf_mm_matlist

Best,
ben


On 8/29/07, Marcello Pagano <pagano@hsph.harvard.edu> wrote:

Thank you very much, Ben,

I hate to sound like an ingrate, but yes, I do have large matrices and
the wrap around is important.

m.p.

Ben Jann wrote:

Marcello, here you go:



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