You need to provide the p values associated with your coeftest. From the man page. p a list of numeric vectors that will replace the default p-values for each model. Matched by element names. These will form the basis of decisions about significance stars The following should work. test <-...

This may not be exactly what you hoped for, but you can transform the coefficients, and give stargazer a custom list of coefficients. For example, if you would like to report the coefficient times the standard deviation of each variable, the following extension of your example could work: library(foreign) library(stargazer)...

The latest version 1.34.3 of the texreg package supports both model.selection and averaging objects. Your code example: library("texreg") library("MuMIn") data(cement) fm1 <- lm(y ~ ., data = Cement, na.action = na.fail) ms1 <- dredge(fm1) screenreg(ms1) yields: ========================================================================================================================================================================================================== Model 1 Model 2 Model 3 Model 4 Model 5 Model 6 Model...

# Rename intercept names(lm_model$coefficients)[1] # Change value of intercept to control_mean lm_model$coefficients[1] = control_mean This isn't really a stargazer question, but is just a matter of how to modify a model object....

Maybe you can do some adaptation of this: ifelse(x < 100, sprintf("%0.2f", x), sprintf("%0.5e", x)) # [,1] [,2] [,3] [,4] [,5] #[1,] "9.99999e+06" "-0.79" "-0.56" "0.91" "-2.57" #[2,] "-0.13" "9.99999e+06" "-1.83" "-0.34" "1.73" #[3,] "-0.48" "0.38" "1.00000e+07" "1.40" "-0.32" #[4,] "-0.05" "-0.62" "0.91" "1.00000e+07" "1.15" #[5,] "-0.09" "-0.33" "-0.16" "0.35"...

You could extract the coefficients and their standard errors and then feed that to stargazer: model.summary = coef(summary(model))[, 1:2] stargazer(model.summary, flip=TRUE) Here's what the PDF output looks like: ...

Try: x <- sub("\\caption{The main caption of the table.}", "\\caption[short caption]{The main caption of the table.}", fixed = TRUE, x) ...

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Here's a reproducible example: m1 <- lm(Sepal.Length ~ Petal.Length*Sepal.Width, transform(iris, Sepal.Length = Sepal.Length+1e6, Petal.Length=Petal.Length*10, Sepal.Width=Sepal.Width*100)) # Coefficients: # (Intercept) Petal.Length Sepal.Width Petal.Length:Sepal.Width # 1.000e+06 7.185e-02 8.500e-03 -7.701e-05 I don't believe stargazer has easy support for this. You could try other alternatives like xtable or any of the many options here...

At the moment you could get your desires under the condition that those were the names of the model-objects, but not if they had other names, by doing this: stargazer( hhc,dca,bpc, object.names=TRUE, model.numbers=FALSE) This was tested with the first example in the help page: stargazer(linear.1, linear.2, probit.model, title="Regression Results", type="text",...