Creating tables easily in XML
Adrian Mander ()
London Stata Conference 2019 from Stata Users Group
Stata has provided putdocx, which is an excellent suite of commands that can create XML documents. Often in clinical trials there is a fair amount of summary statistics and frequency tables when producing final study documents or data monitoring committee reports. Using putdocx commands works reasonably well at producing these tables but requires many lines of code to produce a reasonable table and often requires every cell of the table to be specified by the user. I will introduce a new command, report, that takes the pain out of producing summary statistics tables and frequency tables. This should ease the burden on statisticians who have to do this work and can also therefore avoid the cut and paste culture to produce table outputs.
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