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st: xtmixed, outreg2 and esttab


From   Clara Barata <maria_barata@mail.harvard.edu>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: xtmixed, outreg2 and esttab
Date   Wed, 21 Jul 2010 12:46:59 -0400

Hi!
I have been having some trouble finding a way to produce some simple
standard tables of xtmixed results.
I have used outreg2, estout and esttab but they all seem to create bad
tables. I am currently using Stata/MP 11.1 for Windows (32-bit).

Here's my syntax for outreg2:

xtmixed teacher_age interv1 ||idcoleg1: , cov(un)  ||idclase1:, cov(un) mle var
xtmrho
outreg2  using teacher.doc, addstat ("ICC L1", e(rho1), "ICC L2",
e(rho2),"-2LL",e(ll),"df",e(df_m)) ///
bdec(3) alpha(.001, .01, .05, .10) symbol(***, **, *, ~) replace long

xtmixed ce1p8 interv1 ||idcoleg1: , cov(un)  ||idclase1:, cov(un) mle var
xtmrho
*estat ic
outreg2  using teacher.doc, addstat ("ICC L1", e(rho1), "ICC L2",
e(rho2),"-2LL",e(ll),"df",e(df_m)) ///
bdec(3) alpha(.001, .01, .05, .10) symbol(***, **, *, ~) append  long

This produces a table with two columns, but the estimates for interv1
are not aligned. Instead the estimates for interv1 from model 2 are
added to the bottom of the table in the second column. All other
estimates and fit statistics are aligned.

Here's my syntax for esttab (for the same models):

xtmixed teacher_age interv1 ||idcoleg1: , cov(un)  ||idclase1:, cov(un) mle var
xtmrho
esttab using teacher.rtf, cells(b(fmt(3)) se(par fmt(2))) ///
stats(rho1 rho2 ll df_m, fmt(3 3 3 1) label(ICC-L1 ICC-L2 -2LL df)) ///
starlevels(~ 0.10 * 0.05 ** 0.01 *** 0.001) wide  replace

xtmixed ce1p8 interv1 ||idcoleg1: , cov(un)  ||idclase1:, cov(un) mle var
xtmrho
esttab using teacher.rtf, cells(b(fmt(3)) se(par fmt(2))) ///
stats(rho1 rho2 ll df_m, fmt(3 3 3 1) label(ICC-L1 ICC-L2 -2LL df)) ///
starlevels(~ 0.10 * 0.05 ** 0.01 *** 0.001) wide append

This produces a set of text that can be converted to a table, but the
output for the two models is listed sequentially in the rtf/word
document (instead of side by side in columns).

Can you please help?

Thanks a lot!
Clara

-- 
M. Clara Barata, Ed.M
Doctoral student, Human Development and Education
Harvard Graduate School of Education
Larsen 705, 14 Appian Way
Cambridge, MA 02138
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