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Re: st: graphs, outliers, labels
Supposing the variable of interest is named "xvar", the variable of
identification - "case", and that you have seen just 4 outliers in a previous
screening using the Menu Graphics of Stata 8, then to identify outliers
(outsides in the box plot) you may type: graph box xvar, medtype(line)
The values appear in the y axis. If the yscale is too coarse you may add an
option like for instance ylabel(0(5)50) to get a more detailed scale covering
the values f the median, 25th and 75th percentiles.
Citando daphna <email@example.com>:
> I am using the graph commands on stata for the first time and am running
> into some confusion.
> Is there any way I can get labels on my box plot graphs?
> Specifically, I am using the box command. I would like to see the values
> of the median, 25th percentile, 75 %...etc. Most importantly, I want to
> see/know the values of the top and bottom cut off lines. How do I find
> these values?
> I am interested in analyzing the outliers or outside values, but I am not
> able to see what the specific lower and upper cut off values are.
> Thanks in advance for your help.
> Daphna Bassok
> Research Assistant
> Center For Research On Education Outcomes
> Stanford University
> Stanford, CA 94305
> Phone: (650) 725-6169
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