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Re: st: Using esttab to combine multiple xtmixed outputs


From   Ben Jann <ben.jann@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Using esttab to combine multiple xtmixed outputs
Date   Wed, 16 Dec 2009 17:19:20 +0100

These questions are hard to answer without seeing the actual output,
but I'll try to give some hints:

> Problem 1: There's no sd(Time) in the first model so the coefficients
> didn't match up with the correct label. Is there a way to solve this
> without manual fixing?

Probably this is an issue of ordering the equations/coefficients. The
-order()- option should help.

> Problem 2: Is it possible to suppress the coefficients and SE output
> for the reference category/dichotomous variable?

Try -drop()-.

ben

On Tue, Dec 15, 2009 at 2:35 PM, Ada Lo <loadaol@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I'm trying to collate xtmixed output into tables using esttab.
>
> Example:
> Model 1
> xtmixed LM1TRc Time || StudyID:, var mle
> estimates store ra
>
> Model 2
> xtmixed LM1TRc Time || StudyID: Time, cov(unstr) var mle
> estimates store rb
>
> Model 3
> xtmixed LM1TRc Time##gender || StudyID: Time, cov(unstr) var mle
> estimates store rc
>
> After running the 3 models, I used esttab to combine the results
>
> esttab ra rb rc, se aic bic wide star transform (ln*: exp(@) exp(@))
> eqlabels("" "sd(Time)" "sd(_cons)" "corr(Time,_cons)" "sd(Residual)" ,
> none) varlabels(,elist(Time:_cons "{break}{hline @width}"))
> varwidth(13)
>
> Problem 1: There's no sd(Time) in the first model so the coefficients
> didn't match up with the correct label. Is there a way to solve this
> without manual fixing?
>
> Problem 2: Is it possible to suppress the coefficients and SE output
> for the reference category/dichotomous variable?
>
> Question: If I also want to ask for lrtest output, apart from running
> it separately, is it possible for esttab to show lrtest result as
> well?
>
> Your help would be much appreciated!
>
> Ada
>
> PS: I know it sounds really dumb but I have been unsuccessful in
> posting any reply. I have read the guideline and I thought I have
> followed it closely - changed the email subject to my thread subject
> and keep everything else as it is plus my reply at the top...but none
> of my replies ever showed up in Statalist. What am I doing wrong?
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