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st: RE: Can I plot the mean and confidence interval?
Not quite clear what the problem is here, but
there are at least two user-written programs
that may help.
One is -ciplot-. The idea here is that
if you get your confidence intervals from
-ci-, -ciplot- will do that and plot them for
you. This sounds like your situation.
The other is -eclplot-. -eclplot- is in many
ways more general in that, for example,
you can use it for any kind of intervals, but
you need to do some manipulation first.
Both programs are on SSC.
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> Dear statalister:
> I have four mean from two groups, and I'm interesting
> in plot this measures with the CI by groups (1 1 2 2 3 3 )
> I had used twoway plot but when I had used BY, the
> distance between groups "unlinked me".
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