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st: RE: Translation!?!


From   "Nick Cox" <n.j.cox@durham.ac.uk>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: RE: Translation!?!
Date   Thu, 18 Nov 2004 18:30:06 -0000

It is better to work from the other 
direction. Stata can read its own proprietary format, 
not included here, or many kinds of ASCII files. 
It can read some other kinds of files, but not 
I think any of the others mentioned here, not 
that I had heard of e.g. Dandruff format. 

The help for -infiling- is one place to start 
reading. 

Also, I would imagine that you could -- and should -- 
expect clear guidance from your teachers on this matter. 

Nick 
n.j.cox@durham.ac.uk 

flanagan@uchicago.edu
 
> 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?

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