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Re: st: line graph with confidence interval
At 13:57 23/04/2005, Mariarosaria wrote:
This can be done using the -eclplot- package (to plot the confidence
intervals), possibly together with -parmest- (to create a dataset with one
observation per confidence interval for input to -eclplot-). Both packages
can be downloaded from SSC using the -ssc- command.
does anyone of you know how to get a line graph for the mean of a variable
against the time, along with a two standard deviation confidence interval,
and the possibility to insert vertical and horizontal lines?
I hope this helps.
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