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Webinar: Incorporating Stata into reproducible documents—Webpages, Word, and PDF

Overview

When: February 6, 2018 at 10:00 AM CT
Duration: 1 hour
Where: Join us from anywhere!
Cost: Free—but registrations are limited

Part of reproducible research is eliminating manual steps such as having to edit documents. Stata 15 introduces several commands that facilitate automated document production, including dyndoc for converting dynamic Markdown documents to webpages, putdocx for creating Word documents, and putpdf for creating PDF files.

These commands allow you to mix formatted text and Stata output. They also allow you to embed Stata graphs, in-line Stata results, and tables containing the output from selected Stata commands.

Join Hua Peng, Director of Software Engineering, to see these commands in action. He will demonstrate how to automate the production of documents in various formats and how to include Stata results in those documents.

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Presenter: Hua Peng

Hua Peng portrait

Dr. Hua Peng has a PhD in mathematics from Brandeis University. He joined StataCorp LLC in 2004 and is now the Director of Software Engineering. Hua is the primary developer of the dyndoc command and also contributed to the development of putdocx and putpdf.


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