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Re: st: esttab does not produce the correct output, but estout does

From   Nick Cox <>
Subject   Re: st: esttab does not produce the correct output, but estout does
Date   Wed, 6 Jun 2012 09:43:19 +0100

I don't know the answers to this question, but want to emphasise that
nothing makes .txt or .csv files intrinsically Excel files (presumably
you allude to Microsoft Excel). I guess you may intend to look at them
or modify them in Excel but that's your call. Many applications, not
least Stata itself, allow you to examine those files directly, e.g.
with -type-, -view- or -doedit-.


On Wed, Jun 6, 2012 at 9:35 AM, Ángel Rodríguez Laso
<> wrote:

> Working with Stata 9.2 and estout version       3.13    06aug2009       Ben     Jann
> I do not get the correct output from esttab after svy:intreg. This is
> what I typed:
> xi: svy, subpop (if rclab40<.): intreg lrclab40 urclab40 sexo edad_c
> i.estudios prov2
> eststo
> esttab est1 using table3.csv, rep scsv plain wide eform cells (
> (b(fmt(2)) ci(fmt(2) par(( - ))  ) p(fmt(3)) ) )  /// scalars(p)
> sfmt(3)
> The Excel output I get does not correspond to the svy:intreg one, but
> to an old logistic regression.
> When I type:
> estout est1 using example.txt, cells ( (b(fmt(2)) ci(fmt(2) par(( - ))
>  ) p(fmt(3)) ) )  stats(p N)
> I get the expected last model (svy:intreg). Nevertheless, it is
> cumbersome to open example.txt from Excel each time.
> Any clues on how to get the proper results from esttab?

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