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Numerics by Stata
  • If you are building a website that needs statistical computations, consider Numerics by Stata.
  • If you are developing an application that requires statistical analysis, whether that application is for in-house use, resale, or distribution over the Internet, consider Numerics by Stata.

Numerics by Stata provides the full power of Stata Statistical Software in embedded environments. And it provides all the numerical accuracy on which Stata has built its reputation.

Every solution is different. Numerics by Stata is customized for you.

You can read in the Stata News about how the World Bank leveraged Numerics by Stata to implement and deploy ADePT, an integrated software platform for automated economic analysis, to tens of thousands of users.

Key technologies

Numerics by Stata allows you to harness the power of Stata's statistical, programming, and reporting features from your application, whether web-based or a stand-alone application. This includes

  • Automation (OLE Automation) for running any Stata command and accessing the results,
  • ODBC and a large variety of supported import formats for accessing data sources,
  • complete extensibility,
  • reproducibility, cross-platform compatibility, and backwards compatibility with built-in version control,
  • Python integration to interact Stata code with Python code; interchange data between Stata and Python and pass results from Python routines back to Stata,
  • Mata matrix programming language,
  • industry-standard graphics-export formats,
  • extensive Internet capabilities,
  • Markdown,
  • custom reporting in Word (.docx), PDF, HTML, and Excel,
  • extensive graphic export formats including web-friendly PNG and SVG and publishing-friendly PDF, EPS, and TIFF,
  • and more.

Find out more

Every case is different. Numerics by Stata is the solution.

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