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Re: st: Outputting results to a new dataset

From   Nick Cox <>
Subject   Re: st: Outputting results to a new dataset
Date   Mon, 2 May 2011 15:38:09 +0100

It is not a very good idea to state what you would type in SAS without
showing a concrete example of the results.

That way, only people who use both SAS and Stata -- there are some,
but not many -- could possibly answer your question with complete

I will merely guess that -contract- would produce a new dataset of
categorical frequencies which you can then export.

Also, you want to "make graphs". Advice would be easier if you said
what kind of graphs.


On Mon, May 2, 2011 at 3:23 PM, brad.cannell <> wrote:

> Generally, I would like to learn the equivalent of SAS's "out=dataset"
> option. Specifically, I'm working on descriptive tables for a report right
> now. I'm running proportions on categorical variables, and I would like
> stata to save those proportion estimates as a new dataset that I can quickly
> and easily use to make graphs. In SAS I would just type:
> Proc Freq data=data1;
> tables agecat / out = agefregs;
> run;

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