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September 27, 2012

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Do you have anything describing how they turned the indivdual images into a video (not animated gif) that can be uploaded into You-tube etc.

Many thanks

Nice video, it really makes the message come through clearly. In reply to Charles Cara, I don't know what was used in this case, but a good flexible approach is to save each frame as a picture file and them combine them into video using the open source software FFMPEG. I am working on a website www.animatedgraphs.co.uk with details though at the moment it is all in terms of Stata, R will be coming soon.

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