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TEXTEDITORS: Stata module -- some notes on text editors for Stata users


  • Nicholas J. Cox

    () (Durham University)


This is not actually software, but a discussion of the merits of utilizing text editors in the context of Stata usage. It takes the form of an HTML guide written by Nicholas J. Cox and several named others.

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  • Nicholas J. Cox, 2002. "TEXTEDITORS: Stata module -- some notes on text editors for Stata users," Statistical Software Components S423801, Boston College Department of Economics, revised 07 Jul 2006.
  • Handle: RePEc:boc:bocode:s423801

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