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Re: st: make outreg/outsum output neat


From   "Friedrich Huebler" <fhuebler@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: make outreg/outsum output neat
Date   Tue, 24 Jun 2008 22:39:05 -0400

Mandy,

If you have the latest version of -outreg- (version 3.1.8), read the
third paragraph in the help file under the heading "Description". The
first two sentences of the paragraph are: "outreg creates an ASCII
text file with columns separated with tab characters. The file can be
converted automatically to a table in word processors and
spreadsheets."

Friedrich

On Tue, Jun 24, 2008 at 3:07 PM, Man Jia <jia.m@neu.edu> wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> Sorry to bother you a simple question. Thanks for your time!
> When I use "outreg" command, the results are kind of messy, like
> follows(similar question also happens on "outsum"):
>
> -------------------------------------------
>        (1)     (2)
>        lnwage06        lnwage06
> AFQT1989        0.144   0.145
>        (3.65)**        (3.19)**
> urban06 0.160   0.137
>        (2.69)**        (2.02)*
> citizen1984     0.048   -0.075
>        (0.11)  (0.20)
> --------------------------------------------
> The command I used are:
> . reg lnwage06 AFQT1989 urban06 citizen1984.....
> .outreg using table1.out, nolabel  replace
> . reg lnwage06 AFQT1989 urban06 citizen1984.....
> . outreg using table1.out, nolabel append
> . type table1.out
>
> Is there any way to make the results look more neat, like this (That
> is, each colomn are seperated from others)?
> ------------------------------------------------
>                        (1)               (2)
>                   lnwage06        lnwage06
> AFQT1989         0.144            0.145
>                      (3.65)**        (3.19)**
> urban06           0.160             0.137
>                      (2.69)**         (2.02)*
> citizen1984       0.048            -0.075
>                      (0.11)            (0.20)
> ----------------------------------------------
>
> Thanks a lot!
>
> Mandy
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