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st: Re: Getting the table corresponding to -histogram-
You can load the data that underlies the graph by using the serset command.
you will see tempvar names with one variable listing the centers of the bins
and another listing the density (and another to keep track of something else
histogram apparently needs to know about each bin). You could rename them
something useful and save it as a Stats dataset.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Renzo Comolli" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, March 15, 2005 4:11 PM
Subject: st: Getting the table corresponding to -histogram-
If one types
. histogram var1
And var1 is continuous, -histogram- takes it upon itself to find a nice
number of bins and widths...
Is there any way to get the underling table that -histogram- generates?
Or is there an easy way to generate the same table with the little info
I use version 8.2
P.S. I have the nagging suspicion I already asked this question, but I
checked to avoid double-posting and it looks like I did not.
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