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st: RE: Three-dimensional graphs
I'm guessing you want perspective and/or contour plots
of data points and/or surfaces in 3D; not what
has been called pseudo-3D, such as three-dimensional
bars, cones, pies, whatever, etc.
In short, the answer is No -- at least not in
Stata 8 and that I know about.
There are some unofficial programs to
do this in oldstyle -graph7-. Don't be
confused by the fact that one is by the
President of StataCorp. They are still
In increasing order of uncertainty:
1. Similar plots are on many users' wishlists.
2. They are known to be on StataCorp's to do
3. It isn't known when they will appear. It
could be imminent; it could be a year or two.
(Also, StataCorp rarely comment on timetables
unless something is just about to appear.)
de la Garza, Adrian
> I am estimating a parametric model and would like to know if
> Stata does
> 3-dimensional graphs. I haven't been able to find anything in the
> manual. Any hints would be very helpful...