Hi all,

for my master thesis I try to display 70 logit regression outcomes in one table. Please note that for each regression I only want to display the main independent variable (i.e. I drop all other control variables etc. in esttab). I have 7 different outcomes and for each outcome I have 10 specifications, each with a different independent variable. Ideally I would like to have a 10rows*7collums table, showing only the "beta1" coefficients of each regression. However, I only manage to get a 10rows*70columns table with the 70 different coefficients (displayed as 7 diagonals for each outcome) and 630 empty cells.

The relevant code looks like this:

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What I would like to do is either delete all empty cells or 'compress' all coefficients in one column for each outcome.

I already tried https://www.stata.com/statalist/arch.../msg00636.html but I'm not sure if it works for multivariate regressions ( i get a factor variable error).

Maybe there is an easier way, e.g. merging the tables via outreg?

Any help is very much appreciated!

Thank you

Andi

for my master thesis I try to display 70 logit regression outcomes in one table. Please note that for each regression I only want to display the main independent variable (i.e. I drop all other control variables etc. in esttab). I have 7 different outcomes and for each outcome I have 10 specifications, each with a different independent variable. Ideally I would like to have a 10rows*7collums table, showing only the "beta1" coefficients of each regression. However, I only manage to get a 10rows*70columns table with the 70 different coefficients (displayed as 7 diagonals for each outcome) and 630 empty cells.

The relevant code looks like this:

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Code:

foreach var of global subjects { foreach independent in ue_rate n_ue_rate n_ue_rate_change p50 p75 p90 recession gdpgrowthrate DEUREC svrat { eststo : qui logit `var' `independent' par_uni_educ female migration grade i.state i.year, vce(cluster year) } } noisily : esttab, se compress no type /// keep (ue_rate n_ue_rate n_ue_rate_change p50 p75 p90 recession gdpgrowthrate DEUREC svrat) esttab using "latex\tables\majorshares_comparison_logit.tex", se compress no type /// keep (ue_rate n_ue_rate n_ue_rate_change p50 p75 p90 recession gdpgrowthrate DEUREC svrat) replace

What I would like to do is either delete all empty cells or 'compress' all coefficients in one column for each outcome.

I already tried https://www.stata.com/statalist/arch.../msg00636.html but I'm not sure if it works for multivariate regressions ( i get a factor variable error).

Maybe there is an easier way, e.g. merging the tables via outreg?

Any help is very much appreciated!

Thank you

Andi

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