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Re: st: A special graph in Stata
At 21:46 05/04/2005, Vangelis wrote:
One possibility would be to use Nick Cox's -ciplot- program (downloadable
from SSC), which plots means with confidence intervals.
I would like to ask you whether I can make a graph of a means of one
variable ( y axis) per the bins of another varible ( x axis).
Another possibility would be to generate a dataset (or resultsset) with one
observation per value of the X-axis variable and data on means of the
Y-variable (with or without confidence limits). This can be done using
-statsby-, or possibly by using -xcollapse- (downloadable from SSC). This
resultsset can then be loaded into memory and plotted using Stata graphics.
To find more about more about Stata resultssets, type
in web-aware Stata, and you will find some downloadable .pdf files on the
I hope this helps.
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