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1 Making Summary Tables in Stata See also the course documents “Making Contingency Tables in Stata’ and ‘Making Working & Publication tables in Stata’. Note: tabform can display confidence intervals, permit aweights, display significance, and permit the by-group to be the row (horizontal option) or column (vertical option) variable. tablemat (which is an extension of tabstat ) allows the use of multiple by- groups, and displays the by-group as the column variable. See tabout for summary and contingency tables. By-group as row variable Ave. Income % Poverty Community1 12,636 34.3 Community2 15,151 31.1 Community3 16,204 29.5 By-group as column variable Community1 Community 2 Community 3 Ave. income 12,236 15,151 16,204 % poverty 34.3% 31.1% 29.5% use hsb2, clear § tabstat help tabstat tabstat read write math science, stats(mean med sd min max) format(%9.2f) tabstat read write math science, stats(mean med sd min ma x) format(%9.2f) col(stats) tabstat read write math science, stats(mean med sd min max) format(%9.2f)

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