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RE: st: tab varname without the varname label

From   Nick Cox <>
To   "''" <>
Subject   RE: st: tab varname without the varname label
Date   Wed, 9 Feb 2011 12:59:47 +0000

Better or worse I leave for others to judge, but -fre- is a serious well-developed program and -jmptab- a wrapper written in a few minutes, so that they are not in the same league. 

But, that said, I want to point out that -fre- is for Univariate tables only. If anyone wants this for cross-tabulation, -fre- will not help. 


Svend Juul

José Maria wrote:

Is there some option in tab that presents the real name of a variable
instead of the label attached to it? Something alike -tab varname, nolab-
used to present a tabulation not using the values label.


Nick Cox pointed to a solution. Probably a better solution was made
by Ben Jann: the unofficial -fre- command. Install it by:

  . ssc install fre

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