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The Stata Journal
Volume 14 Number 4: pp. 965-974



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Collecting and organizing Stata graphs

Joseph D. Wolfe
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Birmingham, AL
jdwolfe@uab.edu
Shawn Bauldry
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Birmingham, AL
sbauldry@uab.edu
Abstract.  Stata includes a powerful set of tools for constructing a wide array of graphs. Stata‚Äôs graphing capabilities are well suited for describing exploratory or preliminary data analyses as well as producing publication-quality graphics. Currently, however, Stata does not have a built-in suite of commands for constructing various types of files (for example, HTML, TEX, or RTF files) to display multiple graphs. Such files can be invaluable for organizing and facilitating the interpretation of the numerous graphs needed throughout an analysis or in the final stage of a project. In this article, we provide an overview of two commands, graphsto and graphout, designed to organize and process multiple graphs across various file types.
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