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st: esta: how to stratify model types in rows


From   Michael McCulloch <mm@pinest.org>
To   Statalist <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: esta: how to stratify model types in rows
Date   Sun, 21 Oct 2007 10:18:08 -0700

Hello, I'm inquiring whether esta can be set to display two different models, of two different comparisons. I'll illustrate using Stata's auto.dta. I'm going to examine the influence of weight on price: with and without mpg, in price range above and below $7,000.

The code below will display the four models in each of four columns:
A B C D

However, I'd like to learn how to display them as:
A B
C D

sysuse auto, clear
esto clear
esto: regress price weight if price <7000
esto: regress price weight if price >7000
esto: regress price weight mpg if price <7000
esto: regress price weight mpg if price >7000

esta, se brackets drop(mpg _cons) ///
mtitles("<$7,000" ///
">$7,000" ///
"<$7,000, mpg" ///
">$7,000, mpg")
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