English, Article edition: REFORMAT: Stata module to reformat regression output Tony Brady

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  • REFORMAT: Stata module to reformat regression output
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  • Tony Brady
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  • The output from the last regression command is re-displayed in a more readable format using variable and value labels for clarity. The columns to be displayed can be controlled by the user and extra options to show the number of observations or likelihood ratio P-value associated with each covariate is provided. The command is particularly suited to regression output containing dummy variables and interaction terms created by xi. The reformatted output may also be copied into a spreadsheet or word-processor to create near-publication quality tables. The best way to do this is using the delimit(). Then copy and paste the output into a word processor and use a `convert text to table' option in your word processor. By default all terms fitted in the regression model are re-displayed, although this can be restricted by specifying varlist. Auxillary parameters, such as the second constant from nbreg or the cut points from ologit, are omitted.
  • regression, output, format
  • RePEc:boc:bocode:s426304
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