English, Article edition: STCMD: Stata module to execute StatTransfer command from within Stata Roger Newson

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  • STCMD: Stata module to execute StatTransfer command from within Stata
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  • Roger Newson
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  • The program stcmd runs the Stat/Transfer st command from inside Stata, if Stat/Transfer is installed on the user's system. Stat/Transfer converts data sets from one format to another (eg Stata to/from SAS). It is available from Stata Corporation and manufactured by Circle Systems; further information can be found at http:/​/​www.stattransfer.com/​. The program inputst converts an existing non-Stata input file into a Stata data set in the memory, overwriting any existing data. The program outputst converts the Stata data set in the memory to a newly-created non-Stata output file. The programs inputst and outputst require stcmd, and therefore should not be downloaded alone. If the Stat/Transfer directory on the user's system is not on the user's default path, then the user must edit his/her copy of stcmd.ado to change the setting of the local macro path, which contains the path for the Stat/Transfer st command (see on-line help for details).
  • RePEc:boc:bocode:s414701
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