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Re: st: Query


From   Mario Veneziani <agreconucscpc@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Query
Date   Thu, 19 Apr 2012 10:59:51 +0200

Dear Nick,

thank you very much for correcting my mistake.

Clearly I did something wrong since it now works for me too!

Best regards,
Mario

Il 19 aprile 2012 10:05, Nick Cox <njcoxstata@gmail.com> ha scritto:
> Not so.
>
> . ssc type frmttable.sthlp
>
> reveals the help file. Somehow you didn't install it. -ssc inst
> outreg, replace- worked fine for me. -ssc- is a very good command!
>
> Nick
>
> On Thu, Apr 19, 2012 at 8:59 AM, Mario Veneziani
> <agreconucscpc@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Thank you for pointing us to the features of -outreg- -outreg2- and
>> -estout- and appreciate the usefulness of the -frmttable- command in
>> helping us formatting tables which are not the result of an estimation
>> command.
>>
>> I have tried to implement your suggestion to Mark but, despite having
>> installed both -outreg- and -outreg2- (-estout- was already installed
>> on my STATA 12 MP), I am unable to access the help file for the
>> -frmttable- command. It seems to me that the automatic download and
>> install procedure does not include a help file for -frmttable- itself.
>
>
>> Il 19 aprile 2012 01:24, John Luke Gallup <jlgallup@pdx.edu> ha scritto:
>>>
>>> You cannot use -outreg-, -outreg2-, or -estout- to format the statistics from -corrgram- directly, because it is not an estimation command.  In particular, it does not save results in the e(b) matrix.  Instead it saves results in r() matrices.
>>>
>>> You can create a formatted table of -corrgram- statistics with the following commands using the program -frmttable-, which is the backend of -outreg-.  It takes a Stata matrix and creates a formatted table in Word or TeX.
>>>
>>> webuse air2, clear
>>> corrgram air, lags(20)
>>> mat lags = J(r(lags),1,0)
>>> mat probQ = lags
>>> mat Q = r(Q)'
>>>
>>> forvalues r=1/`r(lags)' {
>>>        mat lags[`r',1] = `r'
>>>        mat probQ[`r',1] = chi2tail(`r',Q[`r',1])
>>> }
>>> mat stat = lags,r(AC)',r(PAC)',Q,probQ
>>> frmttable using corrgram.doc, statmat(stat) ctitle("Lag","AC","PAC","Q","Prob>Q") ///
>>>        sdec(0,4) replace
>>>
>>> The reason for the matrix commands above is to calculate the "Prob>Q" p-values which are not saved in r() values after the -corrgram- command.
>>>
>>> The -frmttable- command is part of the -outreg- package, which you can download with the command -ssc install outreg, replace-.  Find more information in -help frmttable- after you download it.
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Mario Veneziani
Research Assistant
Istituto di Economia Agroalimentare
Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
Piacenza, Italy

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