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st: Re: RE: Geometric Standard Distribution
Thank you very much for the elegant answers. They are exactly what I need.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Nick Cox" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, August 10, 2004 2:21 PM
Subject: st: RE: Geometric Standard Distribution
> In addition, various programs on SSC
> offer direct support for graphical
> assessment of a lognormal fit to
> a single distribution.
> -qlognorm- (Stata 7) (there is a
> Stata 8 version, but it's not been
> made public) (package also
> includes -plognorm- (similar comment))
> -dpplot- (Stata 8)
> > Assuming this is exp(sd(log())), I guess most
> > people would take the logs, etc. Writing your
> > own is not too difficult; below is a sketch.
> > ------------------------------ begin geomeansd
> > program geomeansd
> > end
> > ------------------------ end geomeansd.ado
> > Nick
> > firstname.lastname@example.org
> > > I have a set of data that follows log-normal distribution.
> > > In STATA the
> > > command "means" only gives geometric mean and confidence
> > > intervals. Is there
> > > a way to calculate geometric standard deviation in STATA?
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