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Re: st: storing estimates from nestreg


From   Doug Hess <douglasrhess@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: storing estimates from nestreg
Date   Fri, 22 Jul 2011 10:03:36 -0400

Got it. Turns out I had a problem in the -outreg2- command. So I'm
just posting this to close this thread out (something I'm told I
should be doing but haven't always).

I also wasn't clear in my earlier email; I had gotten the table of
coeff, se, pvalues, etc. to appear in tables prodcued by outreg2, but
I wanted to also store the e(r2) and e(ll) scalars for each model. In
short, after running nestreg, I want an outreg2 command where the
information in the -addstat()- option would come from scalars, like
this below, which does work.  My mistake, I think, was in using
parentheses where I should have used brackets.

webuse auto, clear
nestreg, store(m): reg price mpg weight foreign
est restore m1
ereturn list
estimates table m1 m2 m3
outreg2 [m*] using autotrial, sideway stats(coef se pval aster)
noparen dec(2) excel ///
     addstat(LL, e(ll) , F, e(F), DoF, e(df_r)) replace


Thanks again.

-Doug

Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2011 10:42:33 -0500
From: Richard Williams <richardwilliams.ndu@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: st: storing estimates from nestreg

It works fine for me. Are you sure you don't have a mistake? Try this:

clear all
webuse auto
nestreg, store(m): reg price mpg weight foreign
est restore m1
ereturn list
estimates table m1 m2 m3


At 09:17 AM 7/21/2011, Doug Hess wrote:
>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.  - Doug
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