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The Stata Journal
Volume 12 Number 4: pp. 702-717



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HTML output in Stata

Llorenç Quintó
Biostatistics Unit
Barcelona Centre for International Health Research
(CRESIB, Hospital Clínic–Universitat de Barcelona)
Barcelona, Spain
llorenc.quinto@cresib.cat
Sergi Sanz, Elisa De Lazzari, and John J. Aponte
Biostatistics Unit
Barcelona Centre for International Health Research
(CRESIB, Hospital
Clínic–Universitat de Barcelona)
Barcelona, Spain
Abstract.  In this article, we present a suite of basic commands that facilitate the production of HTML files in Stata. Creating HTML files in Stata allows for the programmatic production of formatted statistical reports that users can easily open without proprietary software, a feature long desired by many Stata statisticians.
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