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From |
Mauricio Andrés Vela <mauricioandresvela@gmail.com> |

To |
statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu |

Subject |
st: stata estimates to latex table in vertical |

Date |
Thu, 23 May 2013 16:50:57 -0400 |

Suppose I am interested in only one coefficient from different regression methods but always with the same dependent variable. Is there a way to create a latex table where each of the coefficient (with standard error and stars below) from the different estimations is included in a different row of the column. In this case it would have only one columns and n different rows. Maybe if it is possible, add other columns for a different dependent variable with the same n estimations. It would be something as using parmby but where the standard errors are included below the coefficient and where it could be possible of joining other columns. I have done this but in this case each row only changes the indicator of my interest independent variable. Also I had to include the standard error in another column and not below the coefficient. There should be a faster way to do this. In this case below there are two dependent variables mate and leng. tex \begin{table}[H]\caption{Effect for different PM10 measures} tex \begin{center} tex \begin{tabular}{|>{\raggedright}p{5cm}|p{2cm}p{3cm}| p{2cm}p{3cm}|}\hline\hline tex & \multicolumn{2}{c|}{Mate} & \multicolumn{2}{c}{Leng} \\ tex PM10 Variable & Coefficient & Std. Error & Coefficient & Std. Error \\ \hline foreach y in mate leng { use base, clear global tflist "" foreach x of varlist pwdays50 pwdays120 pwdays150 pdays50 pdays120 pdays150 pwinterwdays50 pwinterwdays120 pwinterwdays150 /// percentil98 pma_week150 pweek_120 p98week_120 pweek_150 p98week_150 pmonth_120 p98month_120 pmonth_150 p98month_150 { tempfile tfcur parmby "xi: xtreg `y' `x' i.year, fe vce(cluster rbd)", lab saving(`"`tfcur'"', replace) flist(tflist) /// format(estimate %8.2f stderr %8.3f ) list(label estimate stars) stars(0.1 0.05 0.01 ) ids(`x') } drop _all append using $tflist duplicates drop ids, force drop parmseq parm dof t p min95 max95 foreach x of varlist estimate stderr stars { rename `x' `x'_`y' } tempfile `y' save ``y'' } use `mate', clear mmerge label using `leng' sort idstr drop _merge idstr foreach x of numlist 1/`=_N' { local label=label[`x'] foreach y of varlist estimate_mate-stars_leng { local `y': di %4.2f `y'[`x'] } tex `label' & `estimate_mate' & (`stderr_mate')`stars_mate' & `estimate_leng' & (`stderr_leng')`stars_leng' \\ \hline } tex \hline tex \end{tabular} tex \end{center} tex \end{table} * * For searches and help try: * http://www.stata.com/help.cgi?search * http://www.stata.com/support/faqs/resources/statalist-faq/ * http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/stata/

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