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st: RE: Stata data analysis
I am intrigued by the implication that there are Statalist
members who have never done any data analysis.
Be that as it may, in addition to sources mentioned by others --
the graphics manual, the splendid new book by Michael Mitchell,
and longer-established texts such as Hamilton's -- there is much discussion of graphics
in the Stata Journal. For example, the Speaking Stata column is
devoted to graphics in 2004. A column "Graphing categorical and
compositional data." appears in Stata Journal 4(2), 190-215
(now published electronically) and one "Graphing distributions"
appeared in Stata Journal 4(1), 66-88.
> Has anyone done data analysis before? Could you please
> give me some example? I want to do some basic data analysis
> using Stata including:
> drawing distribution graphs of one variable
> drawing distribution graphs of many variables in one graph
> compare two variables, giving out corelation between them
> comparing many variables, giving out correlation between them
> Also,I want to store the distribution graph in output file.
> How can I do this?
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