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Re: st: Areg, absorb

From   Nick Cox <>
Subject   Re: st: Areg, absorb
Date   Mon, 11 Apr 2011 13:13:40 +0100

I don't know exactly what you have in mind, but it doesn't seem
difficult to delete lines you don't want from a table. The only
question is what to do if you want to do this repeatedly. Jan Bryla's
suggestion may be better for you.

On Mon, Apr 11, 2011 at 1:07 PM, emanuele mazzini
<> wrote:
> Then do you think I can keep the estimates for the dummies now and
> drop them later on, when I'll be exporting the resulting table in
> another format (for instance, latex)?
> Thank you.
> 2011/4/11 Nick Cox <>:
>> I think this is likely to be well addressed by using the -estimates-
>> suite of commands, in which you use -estimates table- with -keep()- or
>> -drop()- as needed after -regress-.
>> There is likely to be something similar with various user-written
>> commands. People who use any of those commands are likely to have
>> precise advice.
>> Nick
>> On Mon, Apr 11, 2011 at 12:32 PM, emanuele mazzini
>> <> wrote:
>>> I am trying to work out a regression with panel data in which I have
>>> to control for country1, country2 and year.
>>> I tried to ran a regression after creating a dummy for all three of
>>> them and obviously in the result Stata reports the estimates of all
>>> the dummies I created which I do not want to show in the output of the
>>> regression. I tried to get the same result with the command: areg...,
>>> absorb(varname)  but the point is that areg does not allow me to
>>> include more than one variable, and in this case I would need three.
>>> Hence, my brief question is: is there a way to include in the
>>> regression the fixed effects for country1, country2 and year without
>>> Stata showing all the coefficients of the dummies I create?

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