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Volume 3 Number 3: pp. 309-324

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Speaking Stata: Problems with tables, Part I

Nicholas J. Cox
University of Durham, UK
Abstract.   Tables in some form or another are part and parcel of data management and analysis. The main general-purpose tabulation commands, tabulate, table, and tabstat, are reviewed and compared. When these do not provide a tabulation solution, one key strategy is to prepare the material for tabulation as a set of variables, after which the table itself can be presented with tabdisp or list. This is the first of two papers on this topic.
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