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# st: AW: How to esttab some statistics below the respective coefficients when there are two estimates stores?

 From "Martin Weiss" To Subject st: AW: How to esttab some statistics below the respective coefficients when there are two estimates stores? Date Fri, 2 Oct 2009 09:23:49 +0200

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You have to trick -esttab- into thinking that it is looking at the same
result for both models - which is possible, as seen below. But it does tend
to mess up your results as they now contain a "wrong" result, so you have to
be very, very careful and make sure you use this method only for this
purpose...

*************
sysuse auto, clear

reg price weight length turn
eststo est1, title(OLS)

logit foreign length turn trunk
eststo est2, title(logit) /*
*/ add(F `e(chi2)' r2_a `e(r2_p)')

esttab est1 est2, mtitle /*
*/ sca("F F/chi2" "r2_a r2_a/r2_p")
*************

HTH
Martin

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An: statalist
Betreff: st: How to esttab some statistics below the respective coefficients
when there are two estimates stores?

Dear statalists,
I want to esttab two eststos. The equation statistics of one eststo are
F,r2_a, while those of the other eststo are chi2, r2_p. How can I esttab
these statistics below the respective coefficients?

For example

qui reg y x

eststo est1

qui logit dum z

eststo est2

// I hope the results to be displayed as follows,

(1)    (2)
y     dum

x             ...     ...

z            ...        ...

_cons       ...    ...

----------------------------
F/chi2      ...         ...
r2_a/r2_p  ...        ...
----------------------------

I think the typing should be  something like "esttab est1 est2, stats(?
?,labels(F/chi2,r2_a/r2_p))  ", but I do not know how to feed to the "?".

Thank you for any help.

Best regads,

Rose.

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