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st: RE: RE: radial axis to Galbraith plot

From   "Steichen, Thomas J." <>
To   <>
Subject   st: RE: RE: radial axis to Galbraith plot
Date   Fri, 18 Nov 2005 10:53:52 -0500

Ben Dwamena wrote:
> > Dear Statalisters
> > Does anyone know how stata may be used to produce yaxis(2)  
> > circular scale   in a Galbraith plot(i.e. see Tobias' galbr 
> > command for vi suographically investigating heterogeneity in
> > meta-analysis) which incorporates a scatter plot of 
> > standardized effect size on yaxis(1) versus precision on x axis?

Can you give a more complete explanation of what this radial 
Galbraith plot looks like (i.e., what is plotted on the radial axis
and how is it labeled, what is on the regular x and y axes, 
and what additional lines, if any, are required)?  Or, do you have 
a reference paper in electronic format that you can send to me?

Plotting a radial is not hard but I'm not sure what needs to
be plotted.


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