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Generates LaTeX code for results tables after any estimation command .-

^outtex6^ , [^BEL^ow] [^PLAIN^][^DIG^its(integer)] [^LAB^els] [^LEV^el] [^LE^ge > nd] [^DE^tails] [^NOP^ar] [^TIT^le(string)] [^KEY^(string)] [^PL^ace(string)] [^LONG^table] [^NOCH^eck]

.- Display options

By default, outtex6 generates a table of the following form : Variable name | Coefficient|significance level symbol | (Std. Err)

. "Variable name" in a left-aligned column . "Coefficient" in a right-aligned column . No intercolumn space between the Coeff. column and the symbol column ; which > goes in a left-aligned column . "Std.Err" between parentheses in a centered column"

Combining [^PLAIN^] and [^BEL^ow] can give up to four different layouts :

The [^BEL^ow] option puts standards errors below the coefficient.

If [^PLAIN^] is specified, the significance level symbols are put on the same c > olumn as the coefficients, and the column is centered.

outtex6, level below gives Variable name | Coefficient|sign.lev.symb.| | (Std.Err)| |

outtex6, level plain gives Variable name | Coefficient + sign.lev.symb. | (Std.Err) |

outtex6, level below plain gives Variable name | Coefficient+sign.lev.symb. | | (Std.Err) |

The [^DIG^its(integer)] option defines the number of digits to be displayed (de > fault is 3).

The [^LAB^els] option allows to display variable labels (if they exist) instead > of variable names.

The [^LEV^el] option adds symbols according to the coefficient's significativit > y level.

The [^LE^gend] option adds the legend for the symbols added by [^LEV^el].

The [^DE^tails] option adds rows with the number of observation, R2 (or log-lik > elihood), F-test (or Chi2)

The [^NOP^ar] option suppresses the parentheses around the Std.Er.

The [^TIT^le(string)] option defines the table title ("Regression results" foll > owed by the command name is default).

Other options

The [^KEY^(string)] option defines the table label ("tabresult" followed by the > command name is default).

The [^PL^ace(string)] option specifies the placement of the table in the .tex d > oc (default is htbp)

The [^LONG^table] option allows to create tables that span over several pages using the "longtable" package (do not forget to \usepackage{longtable} in the preamble) NB : one should use the [^KEY^] option with [^LONG^table] because it uses the table label to display (e.g.) "Table 1 continued"

The [^NOCH^eck] option skips the LaTeX special characters search-and-replace routine. This option should be used in two cases : - either you are sure there are no LaTeX special characters within variable nam > es or labels, and want to speed-up the command, - or you deliberately included LaTeX special characters and do not want ^outtex > 6^ to translate them. .-

The LaTeX code is displayed in the output window, one just has to copy/paste it into a LaTeX editor (in Scientific Word, it has to be pasted into a "TeX field" > )




outtex6, labels level details digits(5)

outtex6, labels legend details nonew digits(5) supertabular key(stab)


Also see @sutex6@ @outreg@ @outtable@ (if installed). .-

Author : Antoine Terracol Questions , comments and bug reports : terracol at univ-paris1.fr .-