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Re: st: RE: dprobit and est2tex


From   john wilson <john03wilson@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: RE: dprobit and est2tex
Date   Wed, 28 Apr 2010 16:21:39 -0700

I don't know, Kit.  I seem to recall someone deprecating anything not
ESTOUT or LATEX.  I don't know anybody in my department do it the way
you do.  Please don't make it seem like anyone not seeing your way is
stupid, absurd, or just plain nonsense.  Users are entitled to their
opinions as you say.  If they don't always agree with you, that's just
the way it is.

sincerely, john


> This is patently absurd. If you google 'texify', you find readily enough (http://docs.miktex.org/manual/texifying.html)

> converting estimation results to LaTeX, which is not something Stata does itself). Users are entitled to their opinions about
> which solution to adopt, and naturally suggest the solution that they find works best for them. Those asking questions on
> Statalist are seeking answers. I don't see that it is productive to deprecate one person's answer, assuming it solves the
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