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Re: st: RE: Outreg2 addstat- how many macros?


From   Beatrice Crozza <beatrice.crozza@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: RE: Outreg2 addstat- how many macros?
Date   Tue, 23 Aug 2011 12:26:42 +0100

Thank Mauro for your suggestion.

However, how should I modify the outreg2 command,  to use the saved
results and not the stored?

Thanks a lot,
Bea

2011/8/23, Mauro Mastrogiacomo <M.Mastrogiacomo@cpb.nl>:
> Beatrice,
> there is a maximum to storage in Stata, as far as I know.
> You could solve this problem by replacing est store with est save.
> Then a file with extension .ster is stored on your hard disk and not in
> Stata's memory.
> Mauro
>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: owner-statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu [mailto:owner-
>> statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu] On Behalf Of Beatrice Crozza
>> Sent: dinsdag 23 augustus 2011 12:50
>> To: statalist
>> Subject: st: Outreg2 addstat- how many macros?
>>
>> Dear All,
>>
>> I wrote this code for outreg2:
>>
>> reg AI1 SI1
>> est store a
>> test( _cons=0) (SI1=1)
>> local F1=r(F)
>> local p1= r(p)
>> reg AI2 SI2
>> est store b
>> test( _cons=0) (SI2=1)
>> local F2=r(F)
>> local p2= r(p)
>> reg AI3 SI3
>> est store c
>> test( _cons=0) (SI3=1)
>> local F3=r(F)
>> local p3= r(p)
>> reg AI4 SI4
>> est store d
>> test( _cons=0) (SI4=1)
>> local F4=r(F)
>> local p4= r(p)
>> reg AI5 SI5
>> est store e
>> test( _cons=0) (SI5=1)
>> local F5=r(F)
>> local p5= r(p)
>>
>> outreg2 [a b c d e]  using 1test, stats (coef, tstat) addstat(Test 1
>> F, `F1', Test 2 F, `F2' , Test 3 F, `F3', Test 4 F `F4', Test 5
>> F`r(F)', `p1' `p2' `p3' `p4' `p5', `r(p)') bdec(3) tdec(2) pdec(3) tex
>> replace
>>
>> I receive the error message invalid syntax, however, it works
>> perfectly fine if I use only three regressions. Is this the maximum
>> number of regressions that can I use?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Bea
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