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st: AW: Stata package / Latex

From   "Martin Weiss" <>
To   <>
Subject   st: AW: Stata package / Latex
Date   Mon, 15 Feb 2010 13:30:11 +0100


You can also use the official solution from the Stata Journal. First, you

cap erase cox.log
cap erase cox.log.tex
set rmsg off

webuse kva, clear
stset failtime

sjlog using cox, replace

stcox load bearings

sjlog close
sjlog clean cox.smcl, sjlog

Subsequently, you -texify- or -pdflatex- the following document, making sure
it can find the -log- created above:










-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
[] Im Auftrag von Vincent
Gesendet: Sonntag, 14. Februar 2010 19:53
Betreff: st: Stata package / Latex


I am trying to find a solution to easily export (whole) tables
(Cox-regression tables) from Stata to Latex.
I tried to use the stata package in combination with "sjlog" in Stata
The following problem arises:
The macro/ commands of \HLI{} do not seem to be recognized correctly and the
tables are messed up.

"test_latex.tex"   produces  the output of   "test_latex.pdf"
(In the appendix you find the files used)

On the internet  ( I have found
the solution to write:

\def\DASH{{\vrule width\stxwidth height\stmtdepth depth-\stmbdepth}}

after \usepackage{stata}. However, if I do that I receive the following
error message:

! Undefined control sequence.

\DASH ->{\vrule width\stxwidth

height\stmtdepth depth-\stmbdepth }

I also attached my preamble and the do-file.

I would be really happy if you can provide me with a solution to easily
export tables from Stata to Latex.

(There seem to a solution using "maketex". As I have an APPLE, this command
doesn't work in Stata)

Kind regards

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