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Re: st: Creating HTML from SMCL log file including graphics - revised log2html.ado


From   "David Elliott" <dcelliott@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Creating HTML from SMCL log file including graphics - revised log2html.ado
Date   Fri, 19 May 2006 10:29:19 -0300

Thanks for pointing me to those other routines.  The grss command is
useful in its ability to save graphs and I like the automated naming
process.  However, it doesn't help with someone logging in interactive
mode.  I must give some further thought to a command similar to grss
that would (1) check that the session is being logged and (2) create a
sequentially incremented graphname based on the logname.  The
difference would be that it could be used both in a do and
interactively.

Are we approaching the Holy Grail of integrated output?  Are the SMCL
folks listening?  ;-)

DCE

On 5/19/06, David Airey <david.airey@vanderbilt.edu> wrote:
Note that do2htm uses grss internally to accomplish a similar result.
With do2htm you preface graph commands in your do file with "grss".
You might also look at these programs. Maybe a collage of log2html,
grlog2html, do2htm, and grss is what you wanted. In any case I
appreciate all of these. Thanks!

-Dave


> Please find below a revision of a routine that takes a smcl log file
> and converts it to HTML.  I have added a component that will add <img>
> tags to the HTML output to display png graphs that have been exported.
>
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