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Re: st: using estout with nlcom?


From   "Austin Nichols" <austinnichols@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: using estout with nlcom?
Date   Sun, 4 May 2008 22:41:34 -0400

James Baldwin <jbaldwin@bu.edu>:
As -help nlcom- states, -nlcom- does not change estimation results in
e() by default.  But if you specify the -post- option e.g.
  eststo r1lr: nlcom (nly: _b[y]/(1-(_b[l1.x]))) (nlz:
_b[z]/(1-(_b[l1.x])) , post
then -nlcom- will post its estimates to e(b) and e(V) where -estout-
can see them. BTW, are you using the latest version of estout?  The
prefix is now -eststo- not -esto- and you might find -esttab- a
convenient shortcut for writing out a table.

On Sun, May 4, 2008 at 10:17 PM, James Baldwin <jbaldwin@bu.edu> wrote:
> I am attempting to dump the results of 8 sets of three regressions which use
> nlcom to calculate long run effects for each regression.  I would like to
> generate latex formated tables using estout to automate dumping the results
> (b, se, p )into one table of short and long run effects for each set of
> regressions.  It seems that estout is not friendly with nlcom and my
> searches for work arounds are turning up empty.  Is there a way to dump
> results from nlcom into something useful such as a  latex formated or at
> least tab delimited file?
>
>  my code is something like
>
>  esto r1sr: xtabond x  y z ...
>
>  esto r1lr: nlcom (nly: _b[y]/(1-(_b[l1.x]))) (nlz: _b[z]/(1-(_b[l1.x])) ...
>
>  esto r2sr: xtabond ...
>  esto r2lr: nlcom ....
>
>  ...
>
>  estout r1sr r1lr r2sr r2lr ...  using "file", style(tex) cells(b(star
> fmt(3)) se(par))  replace
>
>  which gives me only the results of the abond regressions
>
>  Thank for any and all assistance,
>  James
>
>
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