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Re: st: Translation!?!


From   "Clint Thompson" <Clint.Thompson@hsc.utah.edu>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   Re: st: Translation!?!
Date   Thu, 18 Nov 2004 11:25:27 -0700

one possiblility is to use the ascii version and read  the file using
stata's -insheet- command.
--clint

>>> flanagan@uchicago.edu 11/18/2004 11:02:40 AM >>>
I'm taking an introduction statistics course, and I'm supposed to use
data 
sets that are stored on the web in zip files for stata. However, the
zip files 
are for the following programs: 
ASCII format (Zip archive) 
Excel format (Zip archive) 
Minitab format (Zip archive) 
Conversion Guide for Minitab Version 14 (PDF) 
TI-83 format (Zip archive) 
JMP (Zip archive) 
Cheese (Zip archive) 
Concept (Zip archive) 
Csdata(Zip archive) 
Dandruff (Zip archive) 
Individuals (Zip archive) 
Majors (Zip archive) 
Plants1 (Zip archive) 
Plants2 (Zip archive) 
Reading (Zip archive) 

anyone know which one would be comprable to STATA?

Cheers
T

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