Customizable Tables

The new etable command creates a table of estimation results from one or more estimation commands. This table can be customized in many ways—statistics to be reported, numeric and string formats, stars for significance, notes, title, labels, and more. The table can be exported directly to Microsoft Word, HTML, PDF, Microsoft Excel, LaTeX, Markdown, SMCL, or plain text. In most cases, etable is used alone to create, customize, and export a table in one step. However, because etable creates a collection, the table can be further customized using the collect suite of commands.

The table command is now more powerful and convenient.


Variables defining the rows, columns, and separate tables can now be string variables. Previously, only numeric variables were allowed in this context.

table now displays results using the formats of numeric variables that used to define the rows, columns, and separate tables and using the formats of factor variables specified in the statistic() option.


The collect suite of commands has enhancements for customizing and exporting tables.


You can now add customized titles and notes to your tables.


You can now append tables when exporting to SMCL, plain text, Markdown, HTML, and LaTeX documents.

When you create a table that includes stars for significance, you can now request that a note be added to the bottom of the table, indicating the significance level represented by each symbol.


collect export is now faster when exporting big tables with many empty cells to PDF, Microsoft Word, or Microsoft Excel.


You can now specify a color of nil or none to remove any existing color specification.


When exporting a table to an Excel file, you can now use the open option to open the Excel file in memory for modification.


You can now specify styles for exporting tables to LaTeX that determine whether the table is centered horizontally and whether the LaTeX table environment is used.