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October 15, 2012

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Thanks for the pointer. For the record: The mtable() function from the "memisc" package can produce similarly formatted tables. It has both a print() method for display within R and a toLatex() method for usage in LaTeX, Sweave, etc.

Furthermore, unlike stargazer the memisc package is easily extensible to additional model classes by suitable methods. Recently, I've sent the memisc author (Martin Elff) such extensions for AER::tobit, AER::ivreg, nnet::multinom, pscl::zeroinfl, pscl::hurdle, betareg::betareg. Martin will include these in the next memisc release. Anyone interested to use these before the release, just let me know.

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