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# st: -esttab- after margins

 From "Haiyong Xu" <[email protected]> To <[email protected]> Subject st: -esttab- after margins Date Mon, 25 Jun 2012 16:03:59 -0700

```Hi there,
```
I ran two -margins- commands after a logit model. The output looks like this.
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. margins res_any_pd

```
Predictive margins Number of obs = 14330
```Model VCE    : Linearized

Expression   : Pr(w2_pred_obese), predict()

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
|            Delta-method
```
| Margin Std. Err. z P>|z| [95% Conf. Interval]
```-------------+----------------------------------------------------------------
res_any_pd |
```
0 | .3051124 .0054582 55.90 0.000 .2944145 .3158102 1 | .3306719 .0167294 19.77 0.000 .2978829 .3634608
```------------------------------------------------------------------------------

. margins, dydx(res_any_pd)

```
Average marginal effects Number of obs = 14330
```Model VCE    : Linearized

Expression   : Pr(w2_pred_obese), predict()
dy/dx w.r.t. : 1.res_any_pd

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
|            Delta-method
```
| dy/dx Std. Err. z P>|z| [95% Conf. Interval]
```-------------+----------------------------------------------------------------
```
1.res_any_pd | .0255595 .0174061 1.47 0.142 -.0085558 .0596747
```------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Note: dy/dx for factor levels is the discrete change from the base level.

I am thinking of using -exttab- or -extout- to print a table like this.

res_any_pd 0: .3051124
res_any_pd 1: .0255595 (-.0085558, .0596747)

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So, I only want to print out the point estimate of res_any_pd at zero and the difference between one and zero with its CI. I tried -estpost- and -estadd- but got some error because the two -margins- output the same matrices. Could someone give me some suggestions?
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Thank you very much!
Haiyong

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