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Customized tables using Stata


Presenting results effectively is a crucial step in statistical analyses. Starting with Stata 17, you can now create publication-quality tables using Stata’s built-in tools. These tools include the reimagined table command, the new etable command, and the new collect suite of commands. These are all based on the collect system and can be used independently or collaboratively.

In this course, you will learn how to incorporate results such as summary statistics or regression results into tables and into complete reports. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to customize the layout, formatting, and style of tables and export them to Word®, Excel®, LaTeX, HTML, and other formats. You will also be able to incorporate tables into full reports, including Stata results, graphs, and customized text in Word and Excel.

Price: $1,395  

We offer a 15% discount for group enrollments of three or more participants.

Course leader

Meghan Cain portrait

Meghan Cain is a Senior Statistician at StataCorp. She earned her PhD in quantitative psychology from the University of Notre Dame, where her research focused on structural equation modeling, multilevel modeling, and Bayesian statistics. At Stata, she develops and presents training on these and other topics. She also conducts webinars, works with developers to produce Stata documentation, and contributes to Stata blogs.

Course topics

  • Gain a deeper understanding of the collect system for creating tables. Learn about the concepts of dimensions, levels, and tagging. Use these skills to create complex, automated tables.
  • Create reproducible tables of summary statistics, regression results, and other statistics using the table and collect commands.
  • Create quick tables of estimation results using etable.
  • Create tables of composite results, i.e., Coef (SE).
  • Modify table layout, labels, fonts, numeric format, borders, and more.
  • Export customized tables to Word, Excel, LaTeX, PDF, HTML, or Markdown.
  • Create tables in reports cell by cell with putdocx and putexcel, incorporate tables from the collect system into full reports and use these features interactively.


There is no requirement that the user already have a Stata license; however, participants will need access to Word, Excel, and a PDF reader.

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Enrollment is limited. This course is offered in both classroom and web-based settings.

Classroom training courses are two-day courses that run from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day. These courses take place at a training center where computers with Stata installed are provided. A continental breakfast, lunch, and an afternoon snack will also be provided; the breakfast is available before the course begins.

Web-based training courses are four-day courses that run for four hours each day. You will be provided with a temporary Stata license to install on your computer, a printed copy of the course notes, and all the course datasets so that you can easily follow along. Learn more about how our web-based training courses work, watch a video demonstration, and find technical requirements for participating in this type of training.





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