Commit 0cdfb702 authored by Yuri Chornoivan's avatar Yuri Chornoivan
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</summary>
<usage>
Choose the STATA data file to import. Usually those files have the ending '*.dta. An R object containing the STATA data will be created. STATA files other than data files (i. e.:*.log, *.smcl, *.do, *.ado) are not supported.
Choose the STATA data file to import. Usually those files have the ending '*.dta'. An R object containing the STATA data will be created. STATA files other than data files (i. e.:*.log, *.smcl, *.do, *.ado) are not supported.
</usage>
<settings>
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Export data to CSV or similar file formats.
</summary>
<usage>
Select a tabular data object (like a data frame or matrix) and chose a file to save to. All other options allow you to define the file format, handling of column and row names as well as special character handling.
Select a tabular data object (like a data frame or matrix) and choose a file to save to. All other options allow you to define the file format, handling of column and row names as well as special character handling.
</usage>
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<setting id="rightclosed">This is the <i>right</i> parameter.</setting>
<setting id="include_lowest">This is the <i>include.lowest</i> parameter.</setting>
<caption id="frame_breaks"/>
<setting id="histbreaksFunction">This is the <i>breaks</i> parameter to <b>hist</b>, unless either 'Integer numbers' or 'Vector of break points' is chosen. The 'Integer numbers' options sets the break points as the integers between the minimum and the maximum of the variable. The 'Vector of break points' options sets equally spaced break points in the range of the variable. The number of break points in this case is provided by 'Vector length' (see below).</setting>
<setting id="histbreaksFunction">This is the <i>breaks</i> parameter to <b>hist</b>, unless either 'Integer numbers' or 'Vector of break points' is chosen. The 'Integer numbers' option sets the break points as the integers between the minimum and the maximum of the variable. The 'Vector of break points' option sets equally spaced break points in the range of the variable. The number of break points in this case is provided by 'Vector length' (see below).</setting>
<setting id="histbreaks_ncells">If 'A single number' is chosen in the above field, then this provides a suggestion to the number of cells. This is the <i>breaks</i> parameter with a single number argument.</setting>
<setting id="histbreaks_veclength">If 'Vector of break points' is chosen in the above field, then this provides the length of the vector of equally spaced break points in the range of the variable. This is the <i>breaks</i> parameter with a vector argument. The actual sequence is calculated by an inline function call (see the generated code). The range of the variable is extended by 10% before obtaining the sequence, so that both the minimum and maximum points are included.</setting>
<caption id="frame_histborderoptions"/>
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<option value="3" label="Always vertical " />
</dropdown>
<row>
<input id="cexaxis" label="Tick label scale (relative to cex))" />
<input id="cexaxis" label="Tick label scale (relative to cex)" />
</row>
<stretch/>
</frame>
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<ul>
<li><i>allow_addtoplot</i>: Setting this to "true" ("false") enables (disables) the display of the 'Add to current plot' checkbox.</li>
<li><i>default_dopoints</i>: Setting this to "true" ("false") toggles the state of the 'Draw points' checkbox.</li>
<li><i>default_verticals</i>: Setting this to "true" ("false") toggles the state of the 'Draw verticals' checkbox.</li>
<li><i>default_verticals</i>: Setting this to "true" ("false") toggles the state of the 'Draw vertical lines' checkbox.</li>
<li><i>allow_col01line</i>: Setting this to "true" ("false") enables (disables) the display of the two frames ('For y = 0 line' and 'For y = 1 line') for <i>col.01line</i> option to ecdf.</li>
</ul>
</technical>
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