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st: RE: graph the percent missing fairly efficiently (forget the pie)


From   adonlan <adonlan@gwu.edu>
To   statalist <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: RE: graph the percent missing fairly efficiently (forget the pie)
Date   Fri, 15 Nov 2002 13:13:25 -0500

Thank you for the responses, which were very useful.  Forgive me for moving to 
a variant question.

   What would be the simplest way to create a graph in which the x-axis is the 
name of many variables (from 10 to 100; but that is a visual question), and 
the y asix is the percent of the observations that are missing.  One aspect of 
the question (as in the prior form of the question) is how to limit the degree 
of changing the data (recoding), although it may necessary.  The other aspect 
is how to graph the percent missing. 

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