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RES: st: RE: Drawing Trajectories using STATA

From   José Maria Pacheco de Souza <>
To   <>
Subject   RES: st: RE: Drawing Trajectories using STATA
Date   Fri, 16 Jul 2010 12:52:00 -0300

Try also
findit linkplot
linkplot from,
written by Nick Cox.
José maria

José Maria Pacheco de Souza 
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Departamento de Epidemiologia/Faculdade de Saúde Pública/Universidade de São Paulo
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. findit sqindexplot,
Joerg Eulenberger

Am 16.07.2010 12:00, schrieb Allan Reese (Cefas):
> My instant reply, which may misinterpret your question, is that if you -sort- the data by individual and timepoint, you can plot individual lines with the basic -scatter- command using the c(L) option.
> Allan
>   Hi,
> I would so appreciate if anyone could advice how to draw trajectories in a
> longitudinal repeated measure data with imposed fitted line for each individual
> using STATA.
> Ghasem

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