Re: [edstat] software for public health students
On Friday 04 of June 2004 21:12, Alan Acock wrote:
> > Thanks Alan, that's helpful. It appears that Stata's output
> > is mostly text (as opposed to SPSS pivot tables etc), is
> > that right?
I am not sure, what was the previous conversation about, but I
have to add that output of R (http://cran.r-project.org; or
S-Plus if available) is not only text only (of course you can
beautiful plots in many graphical formats, but that's another
story), but it can be tuned to many possible outputs.
Matej Cepl, http://www.ceplovi.cz/matej
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