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st: Re: markov routine


From   Brigitte Granville <b.granville@qmul.ac.uk>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: Re: markov routine
Date   Wed, 30 Mar 2005 15:14:53 +0100

can somebody explain me how to apply the markov routine by giving an example. I did not find the help file very helpful
thanks

Brigitte
Nick Cox wrote:


In addition, these plots have _often_ been discussed
on Statalist and various non-official solutions
touted. Searching on "detonator plots" will give
one way in without too many false positives.
Nick n.j.cox@durham.ac.uk
Michael Blasnik



-help standard error bar -

points you directly to serrbar as well as the ucla web site. I don't think
that your effort qualifies as looking thoroughly, so I guess we can blame
you ;)

Sascha Robert



This time I really can't blame me for not having looked
thoroughly for a


solution, I consulted both STATA help (graph bar) and "A
Visual Guide to


Stata Graphics" by M. Mitchell...

Is there a way to display standard errors in bar plots (e.g. with
something like 'twoway rcap hi low y_var')?
Here's a lousy sketch of what I mean:

- <-- (mean + se)
|
---|--- <-- (mean)
| | |
| - | <-- (mean - se)
| |

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