English, Article edition: MKCORR: Stata module to generate correlation table formatted for easy inclusion in articles Glenn Hoetker

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  • MKCORR: Stata module to generate correlation table formatted for easy inclusion in articles
Author
  • Glenn Hoetker
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  • mkcorr produces a correlation table in a format that is easy to import into a spreadsheet or word processing document. In this, it is inspired by the indispensable mktab and outreg commands. By writing the output directly to a logfile, it avoids two problems with taking correlation tables from the results window. First, it allows an effectively unlimited number of variables without wrapping around. Second, it requires less post-processing in a spreadsheet or word-processor, particularly for more involved tables. It also offers a number of small advantages such as allowing the use of labels, controlling the number of decimal places used, and other formating options.
  • correlation, tables, publication output
  • RePEc:boc:bocode:s434601
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  • English
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