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RE: st: RE: c(s)
I have much sympathy, but I think this boat
left port a long time ago, at the release of
Stata 8, and it ain't coming back.
-mspline- is better set up that way:
it is more like -lowess- than dots, dashes, etc.
As said, see also -msplot-.
msplot y2 y4 x, plot(line y1 y3 x)
> I partially agree with Nick compare the following old style
> graph7 y1 y2 y3 y4 x, c(lsls)
> and the new style
> twoway (mspline y2 x) || (mspline y4 x) || ( line y1 y3 x)
> -mspline- only accepts one y and one x !
> My appeal is the asthetics and ease of programming a connectstyle
> rather than a graph type
> >Stata never gave this up. What you want is -twoway mspline-.
> >This is the same functionality, just under different syntax.
> >See also -msplot- from SSC.
> > > Does everyone remember the useful connectstyle spline or more
> > > commonly used s?
> > >
> > > Is there any reason why Stata gave up supporting this style ?
> > >
> > > I for one think it is a shame and should be reconsidered.
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