Just found an easy way to include figures from Stata into Latex by converting Stata-figures to PDF-files first. Just use the following codes:

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# Category: Stata – Formatting Output

Posts related to formatting STATA output (tables, figures, etc.)

## Export single numbers to LaTeX or MS Word

In a text, you often you refer to a number (e.g. the number of observations in the estimation sample). There is a simple way to automise the export of this number from a Stata-do-file to a Latex-document. Continue reading “Export single numbers to LaTeX or MS Word”

## Export of regression tables to LaTeX

The ado-files `--esto--`

and —`esta`

— (has to be installed by typing `--findit esto-- `

or —`findit esta`

— into the Stata command window) provides a simple way to export regression tables from Stata to a separate LaTeX-file. At the same time, it is possible to adjust basically everything. I will just present a short example that I use for my regression tables (for adjusting the code, see `--help esta--`

). After installing the ado-packages, run (in this case) two regressions, in my case: Continue reading “Export of regression tables to LaTeX”

## Export summary statistics to LaTeX

The ado-file `--sutex--`

(has to be installed by typing `--findit sutex--`

into the Stata command window) provides a simple way to export summary statistics from Stata to a separate LaTeX-file. It is limited in individualised adjustment, but quite OK for most applications. By default, you get mean and standard deviation for variables `VAR1, VAR2, VAR3`

, etc. A syntax could be: Continue reading “Export summary statistics to LaTeX”