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st: Outputting correlation matrix


From   "Goerner, Thomas" <Thomas.Goerner@NERA.com>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: Outputting correlation matrix
Date   Tue, 24 Jan 2006 14:46:23 -0500

Dear Listers,

I'd like to "outsheet" a correlation matrix from Stata and have in the
past always done so manually (ie. copy&paste into Excel).

It seems that -estat vce- will output a correlation or var-covariance
matrix into an r()-Matrix. However, I prefer being able to use not only
-corr- but also -pwcorr- and -pcorr- commands none of which seem to save
the entire matrix in r() or e(). These commands seem to retain only the
last or bottom right result.

Do you have an idea as to avoid the copy&paste process or am I limited
to the -estat vce- command?

This seems like a question that must have been asked before, but
searching the Statlist archives provided no information.

Thanks a lot for your help,
Thomas 
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