Files from Preventing Future Headaches: Reproducible Research Using Stata (Center for Health Services Research, 26 May 2020) (Lauren Samuels)

To run the .txt files, first make sure you have downloaded the header.text and stmarkdown.css files into the same folder. Then set your Stata working directory to that folder and type e.g. dyndoc markdown_intro_20200526.txt, replace in the Stata command box.

-- LaurieSamuels - 26 May 2020
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dyndoc_example_20200526.htmlhtml dyndoc_example_20200526.html manage 8.9 K 26 May 2020 - 13:44 LaurieSamuels .html (output) file for intro to dyndoc
dyndoc_example_20200526.txttxt dyndoc_example_20200526.txt manage 4.8 K 26 May 2020 - 13:43 LaurieSamuels .txt (source) file for intro to dyndoc
header.txttxt header.txt manage 0.3 K 26 May 2020 - 13:42 LaurieSamuels Header file. Include in folder with all dyndoc source (.txt) files.
markdown_intro_20200526.htmlhtml markdown_intro_20200526.html manage 4.5 K 26 May 2020 - 13:41 LaurieSamuels .html (output) file for intro to markdown
markdown_intro_20200526.txttxt markdown_intro_20200526.txt manage 3.0 K 26 May 2020 - 13:40 LaurieSamuels .txt file for intro to markdown
plot1.svgsvg plot1.svg manage 18.3 K 26 May 2020 - 13:49 LaurieSamuels plot for dyndoc_example
stmarkdown.csscss stmarkdown.css manage 4.2 K 26 May 2020 - 13:43 LaurieSamuels CSS file specified in header.txt. Include in folder with all dyndoc source (.txt) files.
Topic revision: r1 - 26 May 2020, LaurieSamuels
 

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