English, Article edition: TABLETUTORIAL: Stata module to provide tutorial on automated table generation and reporting with Stata Ben Jann

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  • TABLETUTORIAL: Stata module to provide tutorial on automated table generation and reporting with Stata
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  • Ben Jann
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  • -tabletutorial- illustrates how Stata can be used to export statistical results and generate customized reports. Part 1 explains how results from Stata routines can be accessed and how they can be exported using the -file- comand or a wrapper such as, e.g., -mat2txt-. Part 2 shows how model estimation results can be archived using -estwrite- and how models can be tabulated and exported to LaTeX, MS Excel, or MS Word using -estout-. Part 3 illustrates how to set up automatic reports in LaTeX or MS Word. The tutorial is based on a talk given at CEPS/​INSTEAD in Luxembourg in October 2008. After install, type -help tabletutorial- to start the tutorial (in Stata 8, type -whelp tabletutorial-). The -mat2txt-, -estwrite-, and -estout- packages, also available from SSC, are required to run the examples.
  • tutorial, table output, automation, reporting, LaTeX, MS Excel, MS Word
  • RePEc:boc:bocode:s456977
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