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Customizable tables in Stata 17, part 2: The new collect command

In my last post, I showed you how to use the new-and-improved table command to create a table and how to use some of the options to customize the table. In this post I want to introduce the collect commands. Many Stata commands begin with collect, and they can be used to create collections, customize table layouts, format the numbers in the tables, and export tables to documents. There are so many new collect commands that we created a new Customizable Tables and Collected Results Reference Manual. Today, I want to show you how to use some of the collect commands to customize the look of your tables. I will show you more advanced uses of collect in future posts. Read more…

Customizable tables in Stata 17, part 1: The new table command

Today, I’m going to begin a series of blog posts about customizable tables in Stata 17. We expanded the functionality of the table command. We also developed an entirely new system that allows you to collect results from any Stata command, create custom table layouts and styles, save and use those layouts and styles, and export your tables to most popular document formats. We even added a new manual to show you how to use this powerful and flexible system. Read more…