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Re: st: Can STATA be used for interactive webb-based analyses


From   roland andersson <rolandersson@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Can STATA be used for interactive webb-based analyses
Date   Fri, 16 Oct 2009 14:47:42 +0200

Thank you Neil

I am not a programmer, but as you say I guess it would be possible to
program an interactive webbpage that can run a do-file with
interactive input from the webb-page, and a that STATA could create an
output that can be presented on the webb-page.

If anybody has done something like this I would like to have more
information about it.

Roland Andersson



2009/10/16 Neil Shephard <nshephard@gmail.com>:
> On Fri, Oct 16, 2009 at 8:17 AM, roland andersson
> <rolandersson@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I wonder if STATA can be used to program interactive webb-based
>> analyses of large databases. We have a large national quality-database
>> for gallbladder surgery which is continously updated. The aim would be
>> to let patients find out the probability of adverse outcomes in
>> relation to age, sex, hospital volume, previous health
>> characteristics, current disease etc. They could than choose for
>> themselves if they want to have surgery or not.
>
> What platform are you looking to develop on?
>
> Under *NIX (not sure about M$-windows or Mac) there are actually two
> programs, a GUI and a CLI version.  I use Stata under Linux
> (predominantly) and you can invoke the CLI version with a command....
>
>
> usage:  stata-se [-h -k# -m# -q -w -s -b] ["stata command"]
>
> If this "stata command" were to run a do-file that had been generated
> on the fly based on the options the user has specified and the do-file
> included writing the results out in a format that the server can
> understand then I reckon its feasible (although rather involved and
> I've certainly never done this myself!).
>
> I know that R has been used as a back end in a fair few sites and
> there are packages written specifically to facilitate  this.
>
> Neil
>
>
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