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Re: st: sjlog
Nick Cox <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Re: st: sjlog
Sat, 1 Dec 2012 15:31:48 +0000
-sjlog- is a Stata command and the responsibility of StataCorp. Stata
tech support are the people to ask. As I keep saying, the purpose of
-sjlog- is to support SJ articles. If it's useful for other purposes,
I understand what you want to do, but personally (not wearing any hat,
Editor or other) I don't see the objection to editing *TeX documents
to get precisely what one wants. That's been a fact of my *TeX life
for over 20 years.
I have never tried working out what goes on inside -sjlog- or any
On Sat, Dec 1, 2012 at 2:51 PM, Airey, David C
> Thanks, Nick.
> I'm a little surprised though. How does the journal input Stata output that is 64 characters wide? The sjlog seems to wrap estimation results at 63 characters wide. It is not uncommon to have estimation output wider than this, so what is the Journal's solution to this formatting problem? Obviously, you can manually edit the .tex file (as I did) to get the correct screen output in the latex document, but this is not really a good solution.
> I don't see in sjlog.ado where the line limit is coded. Do you? Do you think if I asked tech support they would be able to help, or is this part of Stata Press?
>> This was asked a few weeks ago. See thread starting
>> The short answer appears to be no.
>> On Sat, Dec 1, 2012 at 7:40 AM, Airey, David C
>> <email@example.com> wrote:
>> > Dear Statalisters,
>> > I'm using sjlog from the sjlatex package to reproduce Stata results in a LaTeX document. However, my Stata results tables from an estimation command are wrapping in the Stata sjlog file and consequently are not very readable.
>> > Is there anyway to control sjlog linesize? I've tried setting linesize and making my window larger but the wrapping in sjlog is still there.
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