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MKTAB: Stata module to print table of estimates in delimited or screen-presentation format


  • Nick Winter

    () (University of Virginia)


mktab estimates one or more single-equation models, and prints the results in tab- (or other) delimited format for importation into a spreadsheet or word-processor. This facilitates creating tables in "journal-article" format, i.e. with standard errors in parentheses below parameter estimates, significance flagged, and so on. mktab estimates each model specified. It then produces a delimited table with the dependent variables across the top, the RHS variables (and auxiliary parameter and returned estimates results) down the left, and the coefficients and standard errors in the cells. Each column corresponds to a single model; each row to a single RHS variable. mktab} is similar to John Gallup's exemplary {help outreg}. The primary differences are that it estimates all the models and generates the table with a single command, and that it does not require preserving and restoring the data. In addition, it has an option to display output in space-delimited columns on the screen. This is version 3.1.10 of the software.

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  • Nick Winter, 2001. "MKTAB: Stata module to print table of estimates in delimited or screen-presentation format," Statistical Software Components S416801, Boston College Department of Economics, revised 30 Jun 2005.
  • Handle: RePEc:boc:bocode:s416801
    Note: This module may be installed from within Stata by typing "ssc install mktab". The module is made available under terms of the GPL v3 ( Windows users should not attempt to download these files with a web browser.

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    tabular output; presentation; estimation;


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