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RE: st: "Thirty-three Stata Tips" available from StataCorp
Ronnie asked a question of the list, albeit by accident,
so I'll answer it.
"Thirty-three Stata tips" is not available electronically,
except insofar as you have subscribed to the Stata Journal
since 2003, in which case the main contents, the said 33 Stata
Tips, will be available to you.
Its availability is as described on the StataCorp website,
as below. That is, it can be purchased as a book.
> is this available electronically, as in
> can it be ordered as a pdf?
Nick Cox wrote:
> > Various Tips published in the Stata Journal have
> > been mentioned on Statalist in answer to various
> > postings, which naturally raises
> > the question from those Statalist members who do
> > not (yet) subscribe to the Journal: OK,
> > but how am I supposed to get hold of that material?
> > StataCorp have been listening. A first compilation
> > has now been published. See
> > http://www.stata.com/bookstore/tips.html
> > for all the details.
> > H. Joseph Newton
> > Nicholas J. Cox
> > Editors, Stata Journal
> > firstname.lastname@example.org
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