When it comes to exporting regression tables from Stata to LaTeX, there are several packages that can be used. For a long time, I used outreg2, but now improved my code for the the estout package by Ben Jann. The remainder of this post describes the routine that works best for, you might want to adjust it for your own purposes. (I actually have written about this package before, this post presents a more elaborated code.) Continue reading

# Tag Archives: stata2latex

# 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 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 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