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st: Re: Problem with onecol option in outreg

From   Roger Newson <[email protected]>
To   [email protected]
Subject   st: Re: Problem with onecol option in outreg
Date   Thu, 04 Dec 2003 15:19:26 +0000

At 14:27 04/12/03 +0000, Eric Neumayer wrote:
Dear all,

if I do "mlogit y x", where y is a multinomial variable and afterwards do "outreg using table, replace onecol" then it should place all the equations in one column. However, what I get is that only the first equation results are reported, the other equations are simply ignored. Any help greatly appreciated as always.
I don't know how to solve this using -outreg-. However, when I create tables of multinomial logistic regression parameters, I always use the -parmest- package (downloadable from SSC), which stores the parameters in a data set with 1 observation per parameter and data on estimates, confidence intervals, P-values and other parameter attributes. A -parmest- output data set can be reformatted as the user desires (eg using -reshape-) to create a data set with 1 observation per table row, which can then be output to tables that can be cut and pasted into Word or TeX using -listtex- (also downloadable from SSC).

A summary of the use of -parmest- output data sets (or resultssets) is given in Newson (2003), which can be downloaded in pre-publication draft form from my website (see my signature).

I hope this helps.



Newson R. Confidence intervals and p-values for delivery to the end user. The Stata Journal 2003; 3(3): 245-269.

Roger Newson
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