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I gave that advise before I had access to Stata 12. Now I would advise
to use -marginsplot- for categorical variables I would look at the
contrast operator -g.- and -gw.-. I haven't had time to play with it
yet, but these look very promising.

Hope this helps,

-----Original Message-----
From: L.M.A. Mulotte 
Sent: Friday, November 25, 2011 11:04 AM
To: ''
Subject: graphing predicted effects

Dear all, 

On post, Maarten Buis suggested a way to graph predicted effects for different samples on the same graph.

He suggested to fix remaining variables at their mean value. I have two questions.

1)	Is there any command that computes these means automatically when we have variety of control variables
2)	Can we still compute the mean when we have categorical variables as controls, for example race in the following example

use, clear reg ln_wage  i.south i.south#(c.age##c.age c.grade c.birth_yr i.race)

Thanks for your consideration


Louis Mulotte
Assistant Professor
Organization and Strategy 
Tilburg University
School of Economics and Management
PO Box 90153 - 5000 LE - Tilburg - The Netherlands Room K1123 / Email: / Phone: +31 13 466 8706

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