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Past Presentations

Northwestern Biomedical Data Science Day: “StatTag: A Tool for Connecting Statistical Output to Microsoft Word”
Presenter: Abigail Baldridge, MS
4:00-5:00 PM Wednesday May 9, 2018 at the Prentice Harris Family Atrium in Chicago, IL (Poster)

Society for Clinical Trials 2018 Tutorial: “StatTag for Connecting R, SAS, and Stata to Word: A Practical Approach to Reproducibility”
Presenter: Leah J. Welty, PhD & Abigail S. Baldridge, MS
10:00-11:00 AM Monday May 21, 2018 at the Hilton Portland Downtown in Portland, Oregon

Society for Clinical Trials 2018 Presentation: “StatTag for Connecting R, SAS, and Stata to Word: A Practical Approach to Reproducibility”
Presenter: Abigail S. Baldridge, MS
9:15-10:15 AM Tuesday May 22, 2018 at the Hilton Portland Downtown in Portland, Oregon

Chicago Chapter of the American Statistical Association Luncheon: “Connecting Statistical Output to Microsoft Word: A Practical Approach to Reproducibility”
Presenter: Leah J. Welty, PhD
11:30-1:00 PM Tuesday May 8, 2018 at the East Bank Club in Chicago, IL

AMIA 2018 Informatics Summit: “Expanding the Practice of Reproducible Research in Biomedical Informatics with StatTag and Microsoft Word”
Presenter: Luke V. Rasmussen, MS
March 13, 2018, San Francisco, California

ASA Conference on Statistical Practice: “Tools for Connecting R, SAS, and Stata to Word: A Practical Approach to Reproducibility”
Presenter: Leah J. Welty, PhD & Abigail S. Baldridge, MS
February 17, 2018, Portland, Oregon

Department of Preventive Medicine Biostatistics Seminar: “Facilitating Reproducible Research through Direct Connection of Data Analysis with Manuscript Preparation”
Presenter: Leah J. Welty, PhD
September 18, 2017, Chicago, IL

2017 Chicago Biomedical Informatics and Data Science Jam: “StatTag: Facilitating Reproducible Research through Direct Connection of Data Analysis with Manuscript Preparation”
Presenter: Leah J. Welty, PhD
September 5, 2017, Chicago, IL

Joint Statistical Meetings, “StatTag: A New Tool for Conducting Reproducible Research in Clinical and Translational Science”
As part of the session: The Role of the Statistician in Advancing Translational Science
Presenter: Leah J. Welty, PhD
July 2017, Baltimore, Maryland

Northwestern Computational Research Day, “Introducing StatTag: A New Reproducible Research Tool for Connecting R, SAS, and Stata to Microsoft Word”
System Demonstration during the Researchers’ Reception held in the Louis Room from 4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Presenters: The StatTag Team
April 18, 2017, Evanston, Illinois

13th Annual Lewis Landsberg Research Day: “StatTag: A Tool for Connecting Statistical Output to Microsoft Word”
Presenter: Luke V. Rasmussen, MS
April 6, 2017, Chicago, Illinois (Poster)

SAS Global Forum: “StatTag: A New Tool for Conducting Reproducible Research with SAS”
Presenter: Abigail S. Baldridge, MS
April 2-5, 2017, Orlando, Florida (Table Talk)

ENAR 2017 Spring Meeting: “Contradiction or Contribution? Introducing StatTag, A New Tool to Conduct Reproducible Research using Microsoft Word”
Presenter: Leah J. Welty, PhD
March 14, 2017, Washington, D.C.

ASA Conference on Statistical Practice: “StatTag: A Reproducible Research Tool for Generating Dynamic Documents Using Microsoft Word”
Presenter: Abigail S. Baldridge, MS
February 23, 2017, Jacksonville, Florida (E-Poster)

StatTag Lunch and Launch
February 15, 2017, Chicago, IL

“Statistically Speaking . . . ” Seminar Series: “Enhancing Rigor and Transparency in Research: Adopting Tools that Support Reproducible Research”
Presenter: Leah J. Welty, PhD
October 28, 2016, Chicago, Illinois

Midwest SAS Users Group: “StatTag: A New Tool for Conducting Reproducible Research with SAS”
Presenter: Abigail S. Baldridge, MS
October 9-11, 2016, Cincinnati, Ohio (E-Poster)

AMIA Webinar: “Enhancing Rigor and Transparency in Translational Research – Adopting Tools that Support Reproducible Research”
Presenter: Leah J. Welty, PhD
September 27, 2016 (online event)

Stata Conference: “StatTag: A Reproducible Research Tool for Generating Dynamic Documents Using Microsoft Word and Stata”
Presenter: Leah J. Welty, PhD
July 29, 2016, Chicago, Illinois


Releases

11/20/2018 – StatTag for macOS 2.0.1

This addresses issues in the v2.0 release when trying to edit or add tags.

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11/1/2018 – StatTag for Windows v4.0 and macOS 2.0

The Windows version includes a redesigned user interface, which is better aligned now with StatTag for macOS. Both versions have improved performance for inserting and updating tags, detection of overlapping tags, ‘code peek’ capabilities, and improved validation when saving a tag.

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6/19/2018 – StatTag for Windows v3.4 and macOS 1.2

These versions provide support for changes made in R 3.5, and will support all versions of R 3.1+ from the same StatTag executable. In addition, this addresses an issue where StatTag locks up when processing the Stata ‘set maxvar’ command.

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5/15/2018 – StatTag for Windows v3.3.1

StatTag v3.3 for Windows addresses an issue where Stata was not initializing properly on some instances of Windows 10.

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5/4/2018 – StatTag for Windows v3.3

StatTag v3.3 for Windows supports inserting StatTag fields into Word shapes. It also offers improved support for file paths with apostrophes in them, addresses a Stata syntax issue in the tag editor, and also an error when updating a field and change tracking is enabled.

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4/30/2018 – StatTag for macOS v1.1

StatTag v1.1 for macOS supports inserting StatTag fields into Word shapes. It also offers improved support for file paths with apostrophes in them, and addresses a Stata syntax issue in the tag editor.

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2/14/2018 – StatTag for macOS v1.0

v1.0 is our initial release for macOS with support for R and Stata!  This includes full support for values, tables, figures and verbatim results, the ability to share Word documents between macOS and Windows versions of StatTag, ability to attach code files, create and manage tags, and edit your code from within StatTag, and receive notifications when code files are changed outside of StatTag.
NOTE: Tables may populate slowly in this initial version (will be addressed in v1.1, coming soon)

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2/14/2018 – StatTag for Windows v3.2

New in v3.2 – receive a notification when your code files change outside of StatTag, import CSV files as tables, changes to the user interface for User Settings as well as a new Document Properties screen, and a fix to properly handle Stata system variables (e.g., _b).

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10/26/2017 – StatTag v3.1

The v3.1 release offers several enhancements, including automatically set working directory before executing code files, allow named parameters in R image commands, load images and CSVs (SAS) from relative paths, support SAS ODS CSV PATH parameter, and improved Stata error reporting.

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5/15/2017 – StatTag v3.0

The v3.0 release has support for R, provides a new “verbatim” tag type (to output results from the console of your statistical program), and an improved UI for editing tags.  It also addresses a few issues identified during beta testing.  Although StatTag has always been considered an open source project, we have now officially centralized our code and examples in GitHub: https://github.com/stattag

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2/20/2017 – StatTag v3.0 Beta

Our first development release of StatTag allows you to try new features ahead of time, and to provide us with early feedback to shape StatTag’s development.  The v3.0 Beta release has support for R, provides a new “verbatim” tag type (to output results from the console of your statistical program), and an improved UI for editing tags.

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1/27/2017 – StatTag v2.3 — Enhancements

We have improved the display of StatTag on high-DPI displays, as well as how StatTag interprets Stata comments.

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11/17/2016 – StatTag v2.2 — Enhancements

You may now use variables/macros in file names.

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10/19/2016 – StatTag v2.1 — Enhancements

We have made some improvements in the code editor, and have released a 32-bit installer.  If you aren’t sure if you need 32-bit or 64-bit, try the 64-bit first.  You will receive an error message if it does not work on your machine.

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9/27/2016 – Announcing StatTag v2.0 — Compatible with SAS!

StatTag is now compatible with SAS! – Starting with StatTag v2.0, you may connect your Word document to Stata and SAS code files (even within the same document).

Existing users – v2.0 contains new and improved methods for handling rows and columns within tables. Your existing tags will continue to work, but you will notice changes in the StatTag dialog when defining tables.

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Software updates

StatTag is currently available for R, SAS, and Stata on Windows. If you would like to be notified when the new software is available, please register for an account on the Downloads site.