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st: Re: Confidence Interval Graph


From   "Paolo Grillo, MD" <paolo.grillo@guest.unimi.it>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: Re: Confidence Interval Graph
Date   Wed, 20 Apr 2005 15:17:11 +0200

Dear All,
how can I build a Graph with a thick point for a value and two lines (one above and one below) for confidence interval?
I thought that "twoway rcap" is useful for me, but I am not able to put the point in the middle of the range.
In my dataset I have four columns.
1) Gene
2) OR for the correspondin gene (It's a case-control study)
3) Lower bound CI 95%
4) Upper bound CI 95%
So I would like to have a graphs with one vertical line (with a central thich point) that indicates both the OR and the corresponding CI limits for each gene.
Thank You in advance
Paolo

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Paolo Grillo MD
Nephrologist Statisticians
EPOCA Research Center for Occupational, Clinical & Environmental Epidemiology
Department of Occupational and Environmental Health "Clinica L. Devoto"
University of Milan
Via San Barnaba 8
20122 Milano - ITALY
Tel: +39 02 503-20148
Fax: +39 02 503-20126
E-Mail paolo.grillo@guest.unimi.it



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