SAVASTATA: SAS macro to save a SAS dataset as a Stata dataset
savastata SAS macro when implemented by the SAS System saves the most recently created SAS dataset in the work library to a Stata dataset. savastata requires that you have a working copy of SAS and a working copy of Stata Intercooled or SE on your computer to run successfully. If your SAS dataset is small enough savastata may work on Small Stata (Student Version). If your SAS dataset is using formats that are in a formats catalog (work.formats or library.formats), savastata will make an attempt to preserve them as value labels in Stata. Stata does not allow all the variations of user-defined formats that SAS offers. Savastata may take a few minutes to save your dataset. savastata will work in SAS interactive mode or in SAS batch mode. savastata will run on various operating systems including: Windows, Red Hat Linux, AIX. It may work fine on others as well.
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