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Re: st: Number format in -summarize-

From   Nick Cox <>
To   "" <>
Subject   Re: st: Number format in -summarize-
Date   Sat, 13 Apr 2013 00:49:47 +0100

My guess is that -summarize- is ignoring you because in its view there
is just not enough space to do what you ask. If you look at the
display, there is not enough space to show lots of results all of the
order of 10 digits long.

If you want this (a lot), you will either write a customised program
that prints stuff as you like or lobby StataCorp for wider displays.
These days, many users have big numbers and big monitors.

That is, can you interpret all those digits? Why not work in millions
or billions?

On 12 April 2013 20:04, Hendrik Worschech <> wrote:
> Hi.
> I have trouble displaying the full numbers in the -summarize- command.
> For example my variable 'operatingrevenueturnovereur' is of type
> 'double', the format is '%14.0f'.
> When I execute the command 'sum operatingrevenueturnovereur, format',
> the standard deviation, minimum and maximum are not displayed in full
> but rather in the scientific format, ie. 1.75e+09 and -1.09e+10 and
> 1.98e+12.
> How can I let Stata display the full number?
> Thank you very much for your help.
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