# RE: st: Generating Tables

 From "Michele Favre M." <[email protected]> To [email protected] Subject RE: st: Generating Tables Date Wed, 22 Jun 2005 12:29:15 -0400

```Upss!... I send a table and it doesn't appear in my last mail... so I'm
gonna correct it...
Hi, I'm gonna try to be more clearer...
The finished product I need is something like this:
Density/ Salary	0-150	150-250	250-500	+500
0.1
0.2
0.3
so I want to know if there is a command that shows me this table with all
the answers, because it takes too much time to do it manually.

Thanks!

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De: [email protected]
[mailto:[email protected]]En nombre de Daniel Egan
Enviado el: Miércoles, 22 de Junio de 2005 11:33
Para: [email protected]
Asunto: Re: st: Generating Tables

Hi Michele,
If you mean for each of the variables you want to create specific
intervals, and then put tabulations by interval for each variables
into a table, you will have to hand code those intervals, (unless the
are common across variables).

If you want a table of statistics by intervals of salary, then the
code below should work.

*non-entity specific
gen salcat=.
replace salcat=1 if salary<=100
replace salcat=2 if salary>100 & salary<=500
replace salcat=3 if salary>500
lab define salcatv 1 "<=100" 2 "100-500" 3 "500+"
statsby (.......), by(salcat)

Can you be any clearer about what the finished product should be?

On 6/22/05, Michele Favre M. <[email protected]> wrote:
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> Hi,
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> I have a panel data, one observation is the salary, and I want to create a
> table with intervals for the salary and other variables, for example 0-100
> 101-500 and so on... I want to know if is there a way to obtain the
complete
> table or I have to extract each observation and make the table for my
self?
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> Thanks,
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> Michele

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