# outreg2

## Using Sort command in Stata

The bulk of data used in Stata for analysis purpose is mostly found in random observations. This data usually don’t follow the ascending or descending sequence. However, if we arrange data in a certain manner, it becomes easy to handle it, especially when it is in bulk. Note that, here, we are talking about arranging […]

## Data Frames in Stata | Store Multiple Datasets in Stata Memory

Data frames allow users to hold multiple datasets in memory at the same time, and work on all of them. While this concept has been present in other data analysis software like R and Python for a while, it was introduced to Stata in Stata 16. With data frames in Stata, you don’t have to

## Nested Regression OR Hierarchical Regression in Stata

This article will go over how nested or hierarchical regressions are used in Stata. In many published academic papers, we see a single table representing results from various regression models run by the authors. Often, each subsequent regression adds one new variable to the list of covariates that an outcome variable is being regressed on.

## Reporting Results For Panel Regression Using Outreg2

In our two-part article (Part1 , Part2) on the outreg2 command, we learnt how regression results from Stata can be output to other file formats like Word, Excel, and LaTeX. In this article, we delve into reporting results for panel regression models, specifically four regression models: OLS (fixed and random effects, Generalized Method of Moments

## Reporting Summary Statistics in Stata Using Outreg2

This short article is a guide on reporting summary statistics from Stata to Ms Word, Excel or LaTeX using the outreg2 command in Stata. Download Example File For this guide, we start by using Stata’s inbuilt 1978 Automobile dataset and describing it using: sysuse auto.dta All Summary Statistics for All Variables To report summary statistics