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RE: st:ordering variables in output of --outreg2-command


From   Roy Wada <roywada@hotmail.com>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   RE: st:ordering variables in output of --outreg2-command
Date   Mon, 8 Jun 2009 13:14:09 -0700

> I want to solve this problem and get the ordering of the variables
> correct because my goal is to get a final product like the following
> table after a little  work by hand:
>
> y early_y late_y
> X1 $ $
> X2 $ $ $
> X3 $ $ $
> X4 $

I read the rest of the posting, and this can be done by applying 
-replace- before each regression.
 
gen x1=.
gen x2=.
gen x3=.
 
replace x1=current_x1
replace x2=current_x2
replace x3=current_x3
 
reg y x1-x3
outreg2 using stuff
 
replace x1=early_x1
replace x2=early_x2
replace x3=early_x3
 
reg y x1-x3
outreg2 using stuff

replace x1=late_x1
replace x2=late_x2
replace x3=late_x3
 
reg y x1-x3
outreg2 using stuff

Someone asked me earlier if this can be done automatically from inside 
outreg2. I guess it can be done (some macro replacements), but the 
syntax will get ugly, i.e. having to specify every match, which didn't 
seem worth the trouble.
 
Roy
 
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