English, Article edition: LABUTIL: Stata modules for managing value and variable labels Nicholas J. Cox

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  • LABUTIL: Stata modules for managing value and variable labels
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  • Nicholas J. Cox
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  • labcopy copies value labels, or swaps them around. labdel deletes them. lablog defines value labels for values which are base 10 logarithms containing the antilogged values. labcd defines value labels in which decimal points and commas are interchanged compared with the Stata default. labdtch detaches value labels. labmap maps numeric values to numeric labels. labnoeq removes text up to and including "=​=​" from variable labels. labvalch supersedes labcopy and labdel, but requires Stata 7. labvarch is a more general tool to change variable labels. labmask assigns the values (or value labels) of one variable to another. It requires Stata 7. These command-line tools may complement John Gleason's interactive labedit (STB-51). labvalclone clones a set of value labels under a new label name. It requires Stata 7.
  • value labels, variable labels, data management, logarithm
  • RePEc:boc:bocode:s402501
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