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st: A way to capture the size of a file being used


From   "Jason Ferris" <JasonF@turningpoint.org.au>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: A way to capture the size of a file being used
Date   Fri, 17 Dec 2010 16:36:34 +1100

I would like to use Stata's calculated 'file size' that is available
when you 'describe' your dataset.
Is this available at all.  I can't see it in the c-class values.  Nor
following the r-class values.  I did see the faq for size of dataset but
I am unsure if the r-class values map to Gould's formula.

Any guidance?

Jason

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