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TABSHEET: Stata module to rapidly output cross-tabular statistics to a tab-delimited file

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  • Jonathan Mendelson

    () (Fors Marsh Group LLC)

Abstract

tabsheet facilitates the rapid generation of cross-tabular statistics. After receiving a list of variables and subpopulations, it automatically outputs proportions, means, estimated standard errors, and sample sizes to a tab-delimited file, which can be opened as a spreadsheet in software such as Microsoft Excel. Compared with other analogous programs, tabsheet's strengths include: -its simplicity and ease of use -the ability to "mix-and-match" different types of statistics in a single exported spreadsheet across runs -its accommodation of svy data -its options for computing statistics for several subpopulations simultaneously -its novel options for providing consolidated output for a series of dichotomous variables via the type(line) option

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  • Jonathan Mendelson, 2015. "TABSHEET: Stata module to rapidly output cross-tabular statistics to a tab-delimited file," Statistical Software Components S458128, Boston College Department of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:boc:bocode:s458128 Note: This module should be installed from within Stata by typing "ssc install tabsheet". Windows users should not attempt to download these files with a web browser.
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    tabulation; tables; excel; export; proportions; means;

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