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RE: st: RE: ouput tables using command 'display'
My point is that I don't think you need to
write a program at all. This should yield
to an existing command. Much of the terrain
is surveyed in
SJ-3-4 pr0011 . . . . . . . . Speaking Stata: Problems with tables, Part II
Q4/03 SJ 3(4):420--439
reviews three user-written commands (tabcount, makematrix,
and groups) as different approaches to tabulation problems
SJ-3-3 pr0010 . . . . . . . . Speaking Stata: Problems with tables, Part I
Q3/03 SJ 3(3):309--324
presents ways of preparing material for tabulation
> Hi, Nick,
> Can you recommand any other commands which can help me to
> write the program
> more efficiently?
> >You can nest -forval- loops. But your example
> >shows that you know that already, so I
> >can't see what's behind this post.
> >However, a larger question is why you are
> >doing it this way. Your table problem
> >does not look very unusual.
> > > I am trying to do a table contenting condictional counting
> > > results in each
> > > cell. To output the table automatically, I want to save the
> > > count result in
> > > macros and then use 'display' to show them in rows and columns.
> > >
> > > The following is the main code. Where each row is the
> > > individual's current
> > > age and each column is the age at marriage, so that the
> > > number in row i and
> > > column j represents the number of people who is i years old
> > > now got married
> > > when he is j years old.
> > >
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