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Re: st: sjlog
Nick Cox <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Re: st: sjlog
Sat, 1 Dec 2012 17:39:16 +0000
I have published Stata output only through the Stata Journal, so these
questions never arise for me.
As you imply, broader discussion of this question is likely to point
to -outreg- (SJ/SSC), -outreg2- (SSC), -estout- (SJ/SSC), etc.
On Sat, Dec 1, 2012 at 4:50 PM, Airey, David C
> I agree, but editing improperly formatted output from sjlog is a little slow
> and prone to error. What is your workflow choice to get Stata results window output
> to a *TeX document, if you wanted it to look like the output (not restructure
> using something like outreg)?
> I was assuming you had your Editor hat handy, true. I will also email Stata Corp.
>> -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,
>> no problem.
>> 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
>> associated command.
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