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Unformatted text preview: d. Drag and drop ps1.do there. It will show up as ps1.do.txt. e. Leave the Transfer Window open 4. Go back to Socrates a. Execute the do file: i. socrates% stata b do ps1.do.txt ii. socrates% ls 1. The ls command lists all the files in your current directory. You will see that ps1.log (the log file with all of your Stata results) will show up. 5. Go to Transfer Client a. You will see ps1.log on right hand side. Drag it to left hand side: Desktop b. At that point, it just shows up as ps1 c. Open ps1 in MS Word d. Look at it 6. Graphs a. Go back to Socrates and make a pdf file of your graph i. socrates% /usr/local/stata/gphpen dps n graph1.gph ii. socrates% ps2pdf graph1.ps graph1.pdf b. Go back to Transfer Client i. Pick up pdf file and transfer it to desktop ii. View and print 7. Logout of Secure Shell by typing exit at the socrates% prompt. 8. Disconnect from Secure File Transfer by clicking the little computer with the red slash through it....
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course ECON 142 taught by Professor Weber during the Spring '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.
- Spring '08