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Incorporating Stata into reproducible documents

Hua Peng
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Hua Peng: StataCorp

2017 Stata Conference from Stata Users Group

Abstract: Part of reproducible research is eliminating manual steps such as hand-editing documents. Stata 15 introduces several commands which facilitate automated document production, including dyndoc for converting dynamic Markdown documents to web pages, putdocx for creating Word documents, and putpdf for creating PDF files. These commands allow you to mix formatted text and Stata output, and allow you to embed Stata graphs, in-line Stata results, and tables containing the output from selected Stata commands. We will show these commands in action, demonstrating automating the production of documents in various formats, and including Stata results in those documents.

Date: 2017-08-10
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