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Re: st: unstandardized and beta coefficients on the same esttab table


From   Christina Wei <christinaw1211@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: unstandardized and beta coefficients on the same esttab table
Date   Mon, 9 Dec 2013 13:28:38 -0500

find and install listcoef command and run it after you run the
regression.  That should give you a table of all the regression
coefficients for your variables, standardized and unstandardized.

Hope this helps.

~Christina

On Mon, Dec 9, 2013 at 1:08 PM, Paolo Moncagatta <paoloemiliom@gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks a lot Doug,
>
> I tried it out but the regression on the standardized variables didn't
> give me exactly the numbers as the beta coefficients of the original
> regression. They were close, but not the same...and I cannot figure
> out what is going on.  Anyway, thanks a lot for your time,
>
> Paolo
>
> On Mon, Dec 9, 2013 at 5:49 PM, Doug Hemken <dehemken@wisc.edu> wrote:
>> Not without calculating the betas and formatting the output yourself.
>>
>> What I have in mind is this:
>>
>>
>> sysuse auto
>> regress mpg weight displacement
>> estimates store original
>> preserve
>> foreach var of varlist mpg weight displacement {
>>  quietly summarize `var'
>>  replace `var' = (`var' - r(mean))/r(sd)
>>  }
>> regress mpg weight displacement
>> estimates store stdized
>> estimates table original stdized
>> estimates restore original
>> restore
>>
>>
>> Doug
>>
>> On 12/09/13, Paolo Moncagatta
>>  wrote:
>>> Thanks Doug,
>>>
>>> But is there any way to do this withoout transforming my original data?
>>> Best regards,
>>>
>>> Paolo
>>>
>>> On Mon, Dec 9, 2013 at 4:03 AM, Doug Hemken <dehemken@wisc.edu> wrote:
>>> > (1) run the regression
>>> > (2) store the results
>>> > (3) standardize your data, overwriting the variables with the updated values
>>> > (4) run the revised regression
>>> > (5) build a table with the old and new results
>>> >
>>> > Since they have the same variable names, the results will line up side by side
>>> >
>>> > On 12/08/13, Paolo Moncagatta
>>> > wrote:
>>> >> Hi there,
>>> >>
>>> >> Could anyone give me a tip on how to report both the unstandardized
>>> >> and the beta coefficients, side by side, on a table using -esttab- or
>>> >> -estout-?
>>> >>
>>> >> Thanks in advance for your time and help!
>>> >>
>>> >> Paolo
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>>
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