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Re: st: Best way to export a simple Stata model


From   daniel klein <klein.daniel.81@googlemail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Best way to export a simple Stata model
Date   Sun, 12 Feb 2012 11:00:27 +0100

Dimitriy,

as you say -mat2txt- and -mat2csv- are user-written programms and you
are asked to explain where they come from. It seems  -mat2txt-
(Blasnik, Jann) is from the SSC archieves. However -findit mat2csv-
returns no results so I cannot say what it is and where it is from.

Regarding the syntax you showed, you will have to put matrix M where
Stata can find it as -mat2txt- will not be able to export a matrix
from Mata. You do this typing

mata : st_matrix("M", M)

followed by

mat2txt  [...]

Best
Daniel

--
I need to export a matrix from mata to a csv or text file.
Suppose I do the following:

sysuse auto;
putmata X = (1 mpg);
mata;
M = invsym(X'*X);
end;

Is there a way to make M symmetric and export it? I tried using
user-written mat2txt and mat2csv, but I am getting the following
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