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### Re: EqTabs (Equation summaries)

Posted: **Mon Apr 21, 2014 11:23 pm**

by **thoda**

Hi, thank you for this useful tool.

I am wondering if there is any plan to support Three-Stage Least Squares(3sls) on this EqTabs.

Thank you.

### Re: EqTabs (Equation summaries)

Posted: **Mon Apr 21, 2014 11:30 pm**

by **EViews Gareth**

Since equations cannot be estimated via 3SLS, no.

### Re: EqTabs (Equation summaries)

Posted: **Fri Jun 12, 2015 2:48 am**

by **EconStudentMaas**

Hey everyone!

I'd like to augment the source code, so that instead of having asterix behind the SE or TS to indicate significance, I have them right behind the coefficients.

I already defined the following:

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` !sig01 = 0`

!sig5 = 0

!sig1 = 0

if !pval < 0.01 then

!sig1=1

endif

if !pval < 0.05 then

!sig5=1

endif

if !pval < 0.10 then

!sig01=1

endif

For the asterix to be added to the SEs, the code now looks like this:

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` if !SEasterisk then 'add asterix if significant`

if !sig01=1 then

%se = %se + "*"

endif

if !sig5=1 then

%se = %se + "*"

endif

if !sig1=1 then

%se = %se + "*"

endif

endif

How and where do I need to change the code to add these asterix behind the coefficients? Which lines do I have to add?

I'm really new to coding, so please be easy on me here

Thanks for your help!!!

### EqTabs with nonlinear squares

Posted: **Wed Oct 07, 2015 6:28 am**

by **evuga**

I ran the eqsumtab program after having estimated a set of **nonlinear squares regressions**. However, everything is shifted / wrongly linked as the constant is not shown as dependent variable. Thus, the coefficient of the constant is shown as the coefficient of the first variable and so on. Thus, also the coefficients of the last dependent variable are not shown at all in that table.

Is it a problem typically occuring with nonlinear squares?

How can I fix it in the program? Or is there even an easier way?

Many thanks in advance!

### Re: EqTabs (Equation summaries)

Posted: **Wed Oct 07, 2015 6:49 am**

by **evuga**

Furthermore, if my regressions contain interacted dependent variables, let's say:

a, b, a*c, b*c

the table just lists a, b and c and again does not link the dependent variable to the right coefficient.

This, I could manage by just defining a new variable before running the regressions, however maybe there is a solution within eqsumtab?

### Re: EqTabs (Equation summaries)

Posted: **Wed Oct 07, 2015 8:23 am**

by **EViews Gareth**

Yeah, that add-in is really only meant for simple equations specified by list.