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From   "John R. Hall" <jhall@biocom.arizona.edu>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: RE: RE: Question regarding web aware features
Date   Fri, 19 Nov 2004 07:58:36 -0700

Thanks much, Phil. 

> 
> John Hall wrote:
> 
> A client who we have uses Stata to run a profile resulting 
> from patient
> surveys. The client would like to make the whole process more 
> automated
> and web-based such that the patients input their answers to survey
> instruments, the resulting data is fed into Stata, and Stata 
> outputs the
> info in a form that we can use to provide feedback to the 
> patients about
> their profiles.
> 
> We are pretty adept at using ASP and ColdFusion technologies. Is Stata
> up to the task of processing the data we create from the 
> original survey
> and feeding it back to a CF or ASP page to provide feedback?
> 
> Thanks for any leads or example sites.
> 
> ---------
> 
> In addition to the lead Nick Cox sent you, please have a look 
> at a simple 
> application we have to run analyses on the web using Stata:
> 
> http://www.cpc.unc.edu/projects/dapr/da/clap/csection/csection
> _dhs/index.html
> 
> We use a simple Perl script to pass parameters from an html 
> page to Stata, 
> invoke Stata, and return the results to html. We have Stata 
> read an existing 
> data file and vary only the analyses being performed. You 
> could easily adapt 
> this to have Stata read an ascii file of responses from a 
> patient and return 
> their responses to an html page for them to review.
> 
> See log2html, tabout, and cb2html for sample ado files that 
> return Stata results 
> in html format. Let me know if you would like more information.
> -- 
> Phil Bardsley
> Carolina Population Center
> phil_bardsley@unc.edu
> 919-966-2825
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