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Awesome, works perfectly – thank you so much!
Dear Dr. Shah,
after updating asdocx I now get the following error message: “conformability error”.
I am running a unequal unpaired ttest with the the stat() option:asdocx ttest CompanyAge if InvRec == 1 & (VCType == "GVC"  VCType == "IVC"), by(VCType) > unpaired unequal replace dec(3) stat(obs mean se sd dif t p) title(TTest  GVCs vs. IVCs ) lab > el abb(.) save(VCInv_GVCIVC_ttest_All)
The output is the following:
Twosample t test with equal variances  Variable  Obs Mean Std. Err. Std. Dev. [95% Conf. Interval] + GVC  1,072 5.757696 .2418861 7.919692 5.283071 6.23232 IVC  7,379 6.221168 .0935548 8.036464 6.037774 6.404562 + combined  8,451 6.162377 .087271 8.022764 5.991305 6.33345 + diff  .4634723 .2621968 .9774422 .0504976  diff = mean(GVC)  mean(IVC) t = 1.7677 Ho: diff = 0 degrees of freedom = 8449 Ha: diff < 0 Ha: diff != 0 Ha: diff > 0 Pr(T < t) = 0.0386 Pr(T > t) = 0.0772 Pr(T > t) = 0.9614 conformability error r(503); end of dofile r(503);
Would be great if you could assist
In a related issue with ttests, I get the following error message:
asdocxtable(): 3301 subscript invalid <istmt>:  function returned error
My code is:
asdocx ttest OtherVC_EquityInv if VCType == "OtherVC", /// by(EPU_AbAvgYear) unpaired unequal stat(mean sd obs) label abb(.) save(test)
The error only occurs when I include “sd” in the stat option. It also occurs when I use asdoc.
Is there a way to fix this?in reply to: “Option Data not allowed” using asdocx #15548For simplicity, I used the auto dataset
The following code gives me the same error
clear sysuse auto (1978 Automobile Data) asdocx tab make, save(Example.docx) replace
Then I get this message:
option Data not allowed
r(198);Hope this makes it clear. In an related issue, how would I format the number like posted early (e.g. 1,000 vs 1000)?

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