The 3 references with contexts in paper Christopher F Baum, Mark E. Schaffer, Steven Stillman (2010) “Using Stata for Applied Research: Reviewing its Capabilities” / RePEc:boc:bocoec:764

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Baum, C. F. 2009. An introduction to Stata programming. College Station, TX: Stata Press.
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    At the time of writing this article, there were well over 1,000 Stata packages available from SSC, with more being added all 11 the time. Numerous books have been written about using Stata and are available at http://www.stata.com/bookstore/statapressbooks.html. For example,
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    provides a comprehensive discussion of programming in Stata for both those just becoming familiar with the package and expert users. Any component in the SSC Archive may be readily inspected with a web browser, using IDEAS' or EconPapers' search functions and if desired you may install it with one command from the archive from within Stata.

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Jann, B. 2005. “Making regression tables from stored estimates.” Stata Journal 5 (3): p 288-308.
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    In the LaTeX output format, estout can generate Greek letters, sub- and superscripts, and the like. This program is available from SSC, with extensive on-line help, and was described in
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    2007) and at http://repec.org/bocode/e/estout. Figure 3 provides an example of a table created using this program. Figure 3: An Example of Regression Outcome Formatted using the Estout Command 17 4.

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Mitchell, M. 2008. A visual guide to Stata graphics. 2nd ed. College Station, TX: Stata Press. 21 Appendix 1: Estimation Methods Available in Stata (1)
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    and densities, regression diagnostics plots, time-series and panel data graphs, survival analysis graphs, ROC analysis and quality control charts (see http://www.stata.com/capabilities/ graphics.html for more information). Figure 2 presents an example of a composite graph 15 produced in Stata exploring some properties of auto.dta.
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    is an excellent resource for learning how to make many different types of graphs in Stata. Figure 2: An Example of Graphical Output The estimates suite of commands allow you to store the results of a particular estimation for later use in a Stata session and will produce a nicely-formatted table of results.