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Re: st: stata.sty in \documentclass[10pt]{article}

From   "Clive Nicholas" <>
Subject   Re: st: stata.sty in \documentclass[10pt]{article}
Date   Tue, 27 Sep 2005 21:09:14 +0100 (BST)

Jeff Pitblado replied to James Muller:


> The simplest solution I could come up with is to redefine the \DASH
  macro, right after \usepackage{stata}.
> Here is the altered definition of \DASH:
> \def\DASH{{\vrule width\stxwidth height\stmtdepth depth-\stmbdepth}}


As somebody beginning to learn the limits of converting Stata output into
LaTeX 'resultssets', I must say that I've not heard of this LaTeX package.

I've checked my (fully updated) MiKTeX Package Manager, and the name
'stata' doesn't feature. Tapping 'stata' into the Keywords box generates
nothing! Incidentally, I use LaTeXEditor, which, unlike WinEdt, doesn't (I
don't think) have a feature which automatically interfaces with Stata (I
stand to be corrected on that).

I'm, of course, aware of packages that have been developed by Ben Jann,
Roger Newson and the ATS folks at UCLA, but not this one. Would Jeff (or
James) care to elaborate? Ta.

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