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Re: st: -estout- and ebsd

From   "Ben Jann" <[email protected]>
To   [email protected]
Subject   Re: st: -estout- and ebsd
Date   Mon, 24 Sep 2007 21:30:13 +0200

I don't know about -listcoef-, but -estadd ebsd- computes the sd using
-summarize- on the observations identified by e(sample) (and e(subpop)
if defined), and applying the appropriate weights. Did you use the
-subpop()- option in your models? This might explain the difference.

If you want tabulate results from listcoef, then do something like the

. nbreg ...
. listcoef, matrix  //-matrix- saves results in r(); type -return
list- for details
. matrix b_facts = r(b_facts)
. estadd matrix b_facts = b_facts
. estout ., cell(b b_facts) style(smcl)


PS: A set of -estadd- commands to support the -spost- package is in preparation.

On 9/24/07, Carter Rees <[email protected]> wrote:
> Statalist,
> Windows XP, Stata 10 SE.
> I am using svy: nbreg to run a series of regressions and then using -estout-
> to format my regression tables.  Instead of the raw b's my tables display
> the standardized factor change coefficients via the -estadd- ebsd option.
> All is well and good except the standardized factor change coefficients
> don't precisely match those displayed if I check them using -listcoef-,
> help.  My assumption is that -listcoef- takes into account the survey design
> when calculating the sd of the independent variables while -estadd- ebsd may
> not.  If this is the case, how can I include the standardized factor change
> coef's as computed by -listcoef- in my -estout- generated table?
> Much appreciated.
> Carter
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