There is a rather easy way of including Greek letters in Stata figures.

**Greek letters** are written in the following way:

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There is a rather easy way of including Greek letters in Stata figures.

**Greek letters** are written in the following way:

$latex \beta$ = {&beta} Continue reading

A rather complicated graph/picture is easier to make in word than in Latex. The question remains how to get this figure in Latex then. I found a way. It involves some steps, but in the end, it works! First I made a PDF from the figure in word. Then I selected the figure and pasted it in “microsoft office picture manager”. With the program, you can save the picture as PNG and this Latex can read when using the command: \includegraphics[width=.7\linewidth]{fig_thesis.png}.

Just found an easy way to include figures from Stata into Latex by converting Stata-figures to PDF-files first. Just use the following codes:

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