Another possibility for communication is RTF. JMP writes results and
graphs to an RTF file which can be opened by Word and other word
processors. The output appears as a table when opened, allowing table
editing operations (such as inserting or deleting rows and columns) to
be carried out.
Given its supposed usefulness as a cross-platform medium, I am surprised
that people haven't exploited RTF as a potential interface between Stata
and the world of word processing.
Further to Emma Slaymaker's comments, I think that PNG format graphs
depend on your OS. On OS X they look very well indeed, and I use them as
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Royal College of Surgeons
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