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5 June 2007

Stata 10 announced

Yesterday, StataCorp announced that Stata 10 will be available from June 25. Apart from a bunch of new routines, a main attraction will be their new graph editor which might well resolve major nightmares for users. Also it appears that there is now a way to copy & paste results to other applications without loosing the formating. Overall the new version looks great, if you're so inclined.

Here the announcement sent out on Statalist yesterday, and a longer description on the StataCorp website.

Posted by Sebastian Bauhoff at 8:46 AM