Dear STATA users,
I have a question about making a table using STATA. I couldn't figure out
how to make it. Hope that you could help me.
The table that I need has the following format:
group1 group2 group3
variabel 1
variabel 2
variabel 3
The celles are filled with variable means for each group and for each
varialbe. For example, the first cell (row 1 and column 1) is the mean of
variable 1 for group 1.
I know that I can use command table to make the following table:
table group, by(mean variable1 mean variable2 mean variable3)
variable1 variable2 variable3
group1
group2
group3
Since I have so many variables and groups, it would take too much time to
convert the format of the secon table to that of the first table
manually. I wonder if there is a shortcut way in which I could directly
generate the first table?
A related question is that: is there an option in command table or in
other commands that we could automatically indicate the statistical
signifance of the difference between groups for same variables on the
tables? I looked through the help file for command table and did not find
such options. Do I need to use command ttest for each group and for each
variable and then manually indicate the statistical significance on the table?
Thanks.
Best regards,
Jian Zhang
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