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Using Stata

Opening Files

  1. Select File - Open. Stata's default Open location is the user's SSS or ESS folder.
    1. If your files are on the Academic server, select the Academic Server (K:) from the menu on the left side of the window.
    2. If your file is on SSS or ESS, Stata should be set to opening files from these directories by default, but if you find Stata doing otherwise, you should be able to reach your SSS or ESS by selecting [username] (\\sss.hamilton.edu\students\[student year]) (H:) from the menu on the left side of the window for SSS, or [username] (\\ess.hamilton.edu\users) (H:) for ESS.
    3. If your files are on your local computer, select Local Disk (C: on [computer name]) from the menu on the left side of the window. If you are presented with a prompt asking how you want to access files on the mapped drive, select Read & Write. Then select the Users folder. Click on the folder with your username, and then select the folder you would like to access from your local computer.
  2. Navigate to the desired file and click Open.


 

Saving Files

  1. Select File -> Save As. You will be prompted with a window almost identical to the Open Project window.
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    2. If you want to put your file on SSS or ESS, Stata should save to it by default, but just in case, you can save to your SSS or ESS by If your file is on SSS or ESS, select [username] (\\sss.hamilton.edu\students\[student year]) (H:) from the menu on the left side of the window for SSS, or [username] (\\ess.hamilton.edu\users) (H:) for ESS.
    3. If you want to put your file on the local computer, select Local Disk (C: on [computer name]) from the menu on the left side of the window. If you are presented with a prompt asking how you want to access files on the mapped drive, select Read & Write. Then select the Users folder. Click on the folder with your username, and then select the folder you would like to access from your local computer.
  2. Navigate to the desired location, name your file, and click Save.

 

Printing

  1. Select File -> Print ->Result Window.
  2. In the resulting Print dialog window, make sure the desired printer is selected and click Print.

  1. To export a graph for printing, select File - Save  As, navigate to your personal web space, give your graph a name, select Portable Document Format (*.pdf) from the Save as Type dropdown menu and click on the Save button.

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