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Separation brings analysts and their graphs together

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  • Matthew Barnes

    () (Office for National Statistics, London)

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The recent addition of support for the CMYK colour model to Stata 8 allows graphs from Stata to be used where colour separation is required for printing. This paper outlines work being done at the Office for National Statistics to use Stata for graphics in our flagship "Economic Trends" publication. This work aims to reduce the burden on our design teams, allow later deadlines and ensure that analysts have more control over the appearance of their graphics in the final publication.

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  • Matthew Barnes, 2004. "Separation brings analysts and their graphs together," United Kingdom Stata Users' Group Meetings 2004 9, Stata Users Group.
  • Handle: RePEc:boc:usug04:9
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