Saturday, March 18, 2006

st: RE: 2 -estout- queries

Roger asks: > 1. Is there a way of suppressing the table heading [in estout]?

The table header is composed of several elements (model labels and column labels, possibly equation labels and model groups labels). Each element can be suppressed manually using the -none- label suboption. Example:

. sysuse auto, clear (1978 Automobile Data)

. egen c_mpg = cut(mpg), group(7)

. ta c_mpg, nofreq gen(c_)

. qui regress weight c_1-c_6, noconst

. estout, cells("b ci_l ci_u") mlabels(, none) collabels(, none)

c_1 4103 3499.693 4706.307 c_2 3536.25 2861.732 4210.768 c_3 3323.333 2687.392 3959.275 c_4 3272.727 2697.496 3847.958 c_5 2848.462 2319.326 3377.597 c_6 2336.667 1785.925 2887.408

Furthermore: > 2. Is there a way of inserting text into the blank cell above the column > of X-variable names?

There is a -lhs()- label suboption. Example:

. estout, cells("b ci_l ci_u") collabels(, lhs(xvar))

. xvar b min95 max95 c_1 4103 3499.693 4706.307 c_2 3536.25 2861.732 4210.768 c_3 3323.333 2687.392 3959.275 c_4 3272.727 2697.496 3847.958 c_5 2848.462 2319.326 3377.597 c_6 2336.667 1785.925 2887.408

ben

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