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Re: st: -tabout- equivilent that reports standard errors

From   Eric Booth <[email protected]>
To   "<[email protected]>" <[email protected]>
Subject   Re: st: -tabout- equivilent that reports standard errors
Date   Mon, 8 Aug 2011 01:50:57 +0000


One solution would be to use -collapse- to get the means/se means/etc and then use the user-written program -texsave- from SSC to create your tex table:

sysuse auto, clear

**get texsave from SSC
cap which texsave
if _rc ssc install texsave

collapse (mean) price mpg (semean) se_price=price se_mpg=mpg, by(rep78)
texsave * using "mytable", replace title("Means and SE of Price & MPG")
- Eric
On Aug 7, 2011, at 8:15 PM, Michael Crain wrote:

> I need to create multiple tables that report standard errors of
> means in each table and in tex format to include in a LaTeX
> document. 
> -tabout- would be ideal for producing tables in Tex format except it
> doesn't report standard errors. (My data set is not survey data.) Is
> there an alternative to -tabout- that reports SEs? I hope to find
> something that produces tables in tex format, which Stata's -table-
> doesn't seem to do.
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