st: Re: HELP! Output Reg Results into one Column

 From "Michael Blasnik" <[email protected]> To <[email protected]> Subject st: Re: HELP! Output Reg Results into one Column Date Wed, 19 Jan 2005 08:51:47 -0500

It's not clear what you mean -- your title implies that you want a single variable with the coefficients in order (and without the constant). I'm not sure why you want this and think you may want to to tell us more of the big picture, but here are two ways to do it, after issuing the command -reg y x1 x2 x3-

First approach:
gen coeffs=_b[x1] in 1
replace coeffs=_b[x2] in 2
replace coeffs=_b[x3] in 3

Second Approach:

mat coef=e(b)'
svmat coef

This second approach will create a variable named coef1 that includes the 3 coefficients in order and then the constant.

If you wanted separate variables to hold the coefficients, then you might want to either write a loop or use -statsby- and -merge- the resulting dataset back in. You may need to be more specific if

Michael Blasnik
[email protected]

----- Original Message ----- From: "Nomoreno" <[email protected]>
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```Dear all,

I am running into a STATA programming problem and I hope you could
provide some insights to resolve my problem.

Basically, I would like to obtain a variable that contains all the
coefficient estimates of a regression. For example, after I do "reg y x1
x2 x3", how can I generate a variable in the STATA memory that contains
all the coefficient estimates, namely b1, b2 and b3? I tried to search
the listsev archive but I do not find any relevant post.

Best regards,
Simon
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