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Re: st: Large output

From   SCHOUMAKER Bruno <>
Subject   Re: st: Large output
Date   Mon, 29 Mar 2010 16:50:38 +0200

Hell, you can try this

corr v1-v15
matrix CORR=r(C)
svmat CORR, names(C)
edit C*

then you can copy and paste from the editor

Hope this helps


Le 29/03/2010 16:42, Ulrich Kohler a écrit :
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:

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.


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