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Re: st: Large output


From   Ulrich Kohler <kohler@wzb.eu>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Large output
Date   Mon, 29 Mar 2010 16:42:52 +0200

This is not quite the  answer you are waiting for, but I would give Nick
Cox's -corrtable- command a try. It produces the correlation matrix as a
graph and offers quite some possibilties to tweak the output.


Am Montag, den 29.03.2010, 09:54 -0400 schrieb Claude Francoeur:
> Hello,
> 
> My correlation matrix is quite large (15 variables). Instead of showing 
> 15 lines, Stata creates extra lines to continue the matrix, which makes 
> it awkward to transfer to Excel or Word. This is due to the width of the 
> columns (long variable names and 4 decimal coefficients).
> 
> What would be the best way to handle this? Can I have Stata rename the 
> columns with numbers and provide a legend? Can I force the correlation 
> coefficients to be shrunk to 2 decimals?
> 
> Thanks again for your help.
> 
> Claude
> 
> 
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