Easy and efficient data management in Stata
There are many different ways to work in Stata depending on your desires: You can work using the menus, dialog boxes, Command window, or via the Do-file Editor. Stata 11 adds to this list with its new Variables Manager and much-improved Data Editor, both of which provide tools that make tasks such as managing value labels or entering and editing dates much easier. I will show off these new features and explain how they can be used to produce do-files for reproducibility through the use of command logs and the improved Do-file Editor.
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