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Output processing and automatic reporting with Stata

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  • Ben Jann

    (ETH Zurich)

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This talk illustrates how results from various Stata commands can be processed efficiently for inclusion in customized reports. A two-step procedure is proposed in which results are gathered and archived in the first step and then tabulated in the second step. Such an approach disentangles the tasks of computing results (which may take long) and preparing results for inclusion in presentations, papers, and reports (which you may have to do over and over). Examples using results from model estimation commands and various other Stata commands such as tabulate, summarize, or correlate are presented. Users will also be shown how to dynamically link results into word processors or into LaTeX documents.

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  • Ben Jann, 2009. "Output processing and automatic reporting with Stata," Italian Stata Users' Group Meetings 2009 01, Stata Users Group.
  • Handle: RePEc:boc:isug09:01
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