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"Friedrich Huebler" <fhuebler@gmail.com> |

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Re: st: programming graphical report |

Date |
Sat, 8 Nov 2008 02:41:45 -0500 |

Steve, Here is an example to get you started. It shows how to loop over departments and individuals and how to name the graphs. The first four lines set up the data. The part you are interested in starts with -levelsof-. sysuse auto, clear bysort foreign: keep if _n<3 rename make name decode foreign, gen(dept) levelsof dept, local(depts) levelsof name, local(names) foreach d of local depts { foreach n of local names { capture graph bar mpg /// if dept=="`d'" & name=="`n'", /// title("`d', `n'") if _rc==0 { graph export "`d', `n'.emf" } } } Friedrich On Fri, Nov 7, 2008 at 7:26 PM, Steve <drlead@prodigy.net.mx> wrote: > I've been asked to produce a report of an evaluation of an institution > divided into some 20 separate departments each with approximately 30 > individuals (variable number in each department). The data are arranged > wide, with a string ID variable (individual name), a string department > variable, and three numeric variables for the evaluation scales. > > The report will be strictly graphical and its purpose is to place each > individual on a cumulative summary of each department's ratings on three > scales. Thus I calculate the cumulative proportions of each scale for each > department by > > . by dept, sort : cumul desemp, generate(desacum) equal > > . by dept, sort : cumul cond, generate(condacum) equal > > etc. > > I've manually generated the basic graph example with: > > . twoway line desac desemp if dept=="1A", sort || scatter desacum desemp in > 4, msize(large) > > This gives me a line plot with proportion of responses in the department on > the y-axis and the ratings for a scale on the x-axis with the line showing > the cumulative plot (first part of command); it also gives me an > individual's scale score (from the fourth line of the data set), plotted as > a large dot on the line (second part). > > The present graph code uses a hardcoded -if- statement to restrict the > plotting of the cumulative response to one department and a hard-coded -in- > statement to pull the individual's score on that rating scale and plot it on > the cumulative line for his department drawn by the first part of the > command. > > I want to go on to the second and third rating scales for that department > and individual and use -graph combine- to produce a matrix of the cumulative > ratings for that department and individual in the format: > > X X > X > > and do the same for each individual in that department, each time producing > the graphical matrix for each individual. Then (or right after each -graph > combine-), store the graphical matrix in an enhanced window metafile for > import into a Word page, with the name of the .emf file a composite of the > two letter department name and the first 10 letters of the subject ID (with > spaces) for that matrix. > > With over 600 individuals, it's clear it should not be done by hand. > > After exhausting the individuals in the first department, the program should > move on to the next departments and groups of individuals, producing a one > page graphic matrix for each individual. > > I've read sections of the User and Programming manuals on loops and macros, > but can't figure out how to do the double indexing that's needed, nor to > assign file names of output using parts of the two string variables for ID > and department. > > I'm using a Vista Windows machine, Stata MP 10.1, 2 GBytes memory. > > Steve Rothenberg > CINVESTAV > Mexico * * For searches and help try: * http://www.stata.com/help.cgi?search * http://www.stata.com/support/statalist/faq * http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/stata/

**References**:**st: programming graphical report***From:*"Steve" <drlead@prodigy.net.mx>

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