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Re: st: storing estimates from nestreg

From   Doug Hess <>
Subject   Re: st: storing estimates from nestreg
Date   Thu, 21 Jul 2011 10:17:10 -0400

Thanks! That worked.

Can the nestreg function store the various e-class estimates for each
model? When I issue -est restore- for one of the earlier models that
ran in the nestreg routine and then issue -ereturn list- the scalars
and macros returned are all from the last model in the nestreg blocks,
not the model I restored. My final goal was to run nestreg and then
run outreg to put the results into excel using the -addstat- option to
include more info for each model in the output. Or do I just have to
run each model and use scalars to get those stored one by one.

Thanks, again.


Date: Tue, 19 Jul 2011 14:45:41 -0500
From: Richard Williams <>
Subject: Re: st: storing estimates from nestreg
There is a -store- option in -nestreg-, e.g.

nestreg, store(m): regress brate (medage) (medagesq) (reg2-reg4)

will store the results as m1, m2 and m3.

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At 01:23 PM 7/19/2011, Doug Hess wrote:
>Is there a way to store the nested models that are produced by
>nestreg? I.e., using the example below from -help nestreg-, I would
>like to use -est store- or something similar to store each model to
>then use in --outreg2-. Any way to do that?
>. webuse census4
>. nestreg: regress brate (medage) (medagesq) (reg2-reg4)
>Thank you.
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