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Re: st: more informative output using estout


From   Ben Jann <ben.jann@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: more informative output using estout
Date   Mon, 1 Jun 2009 11:29:02 +0200

There is no straightforward solution for what you want. Here's an
example that comes close, but the model types are included in the
footer:

. eststo clear

. sysuse auto
(1978 Automobile Data)

. eststo: qui tobit foreign price mpg, ll(0)
(est1 stored)

. eststo: qui logit foreign price mpg
(est2 stored)

. estout, cells(b(star fmt(3)) se(par fmt(3))) ///
>     numbers("Model ") ///
>     mlabels(, depvar) ///
>     collabels(none) ///
>     stats(r2_p N cmd, fmt(3 g))

--------------------------------------------
                  Model 1         Model 2
                  foreign         foreign
--------------------------------------------
main
price               0.000*          0.000*
                  (0.000)         (0.000)
mpg                 0.120***        0.234***
                  (0.033)         (0.067)
_cons              -4.010***       -7.648***
                  (1.122)         (2.044)
--------------------------------------------
sigma
_cons               1.047***
                  (0.189)
--------------------------------------------
r2_p                0.132           0.190
N                      74              74
cmd                 tobit           logit
--------------------------------------------

The only solution I can see to get the depvar and the cmd in the
header is to include them in the same cell. If you use LaTeX, then you
could take additional steps so that the cell has multiple lines. A
similar solution exists for RTF. Please let me know what the desired
output format is. I will then try to come up with an example.

ben



On Mon, Jun 1, 2009 at 10:38 AM, N Fukugawa <nfukugawa@gmail.com> wrote:
> statalisters,
> i use stata9 and am new to estout command.
> when i put
>
> estout using 090601estout.txt, starlevels(* 0.05 ** 0.01) cells(b(star
> fmt(3)) se(par fmt(3))) stats(r2_p N, fmt(%9.3f %9.0g)) mlabels(, dep)
> replace
>
> i get
>
>        sharejp1        sharejp1
>        b/se    b/se
> model
> rdsalejp        0.631   0.7
>        -0.514  -0.521
> adsalejp        0.262   0.255
>        -0.61   -0.611
>
> how do i get output like this using estout?
>
>         Model1    Model2
>        sharejp1        sharejp1
>          tobit           logit
> rdsalejp        0.631   0.7
>        -0.514  -0.521
> adsalejp        0.262   0.255
>        -0.61   -0.611
>
> the first row represents the number of the model, the second row name
> of dependent variable, and the third row estimation model.
>
> thank you in advance.
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