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Storing, analyzing, and presenting Stata output


  • Julian Reif

    () (University of Chicago, Department of Economics)


This presentation discusses how to store, analyze, and present Stata output. I explain how to use my commands –regsave– and –svret– to save Stata output to a Stata-formatted dataset. Results can then be easily manipulated using standard Stata commands. I next demonstrate how to export large sets of results to Microsoft Excel where they can be easily viewed in a pivot table. Finally, I show how to use my command –texsave– to export results to a LaTeX table that can be incorporated into a professional paper or presentation. I provide examples that show how to automate these procedures so that researchers can easily rerun analyses without having to manually reassemble their output each time.

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  • Julian Reif, 2010. "Storing, analyzing, and presenting Stata output," BOS10 Stata Conference 5, Stata Users Group.
  • Handle: RePEc:boc:bost10:5

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