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st: RE: RE: RE: RE: outreg2 + excel + ***


From   "Nick Cox" <n.j.cox@durham.ac.uk>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: RE: RE: RE: RE: outreg2 + excel + ***
Date   Mon, 6 Oct 2008 13:05:40 +0100

Note the rampant grade inflation then! Even in the environmental
sciences, fields known for ornery systems and oddball scientists, P ~
0.1 would not be taken as anything other than a weak indication. 

Nick 
n.j.cox@durham.ac.uk 

Martin Weiss

Omit the -star- option in the -esttab- call and you do get this standard
behavior as in the Stata command - estimates table-. But my experience
in
the economics profession shows me that one star for ten percent is now
quite
common...

Nick Cox

Note the grade inflation: hereabouts * implies a P-value at most 0.05. 

P.S. -outreg2- is a user-written program on SSC. 

Martin Weiss

*************
cap ssc inst estout

sysuse auto, clear
eststo: reg pr w re tr, robust

esttab using myfile.csv,  star(* 0.10 ** 0.05 *** 0.01) csv replace
**************

Bastian Steingros

I have  installed the updates for *outreg2*. 

I have a regression model like:

reg dep_var ind_var1 ind_var2, robust

After entering this command in stata, I obtained the standard stata
regression table (I guess you what I mean)

Now, I want to put my results into MS EXCEL and I want to mark the
coefficients with the widely known signs like *, **, *** indicating
significance at the 10%, 5%, 1% level.

I guess it is possible to do so by using outreg2 but it seems that I do
not
understand how to use this command correctly. 

Is there anyone who knows what to do ?

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