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Eric Booth <eric.a.booth@gmail.com> |

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Re: st: Running loops with graphs |

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Fri, 27 Apr 2012 09:05:50 -0500 |

<> Ok, so my loop should do what you are asking if you add `i' in as an [if] condition, e.g., ****************** forvalues i = 1/51000 { cap drop a b c //or use -tempvar- di `"`i'"' **i assume your oil well ID is called "oilwell" below** nl (WOR = {b0=0.1}*(1 * exp({b1=0.05}* (ageyear)))) if oilwell == `i' predict a nl log3: WOR ageyear if oilwell == `i' predict b nl gom3: WOR ageyear if oilwell == `i' predict c twoway (scatter a y) (line a y, sort), legend(off) aspect(1) name(g1, replace) twoway (scatter b y) (line b y, sort), legend(off) aspect(1) name(g2, replace) twoway (scatter c y) (line c y, sort), legend(off) aspect(1) name(g3, replace) gr combine g1 g2 g3, c(1) // change look of this combined graph with options gr export "graph`i'.eps", as(eps) replace } ****************** - Eric __ Eric A. Booth Public Policy Research Institute Texas A&M University ebooth@ppri.tamu.edu Office: +979.845.6754 On Apr 27, 2012, at 8:38 AM, Sebastian Galarza wrote: > Eric, > > Thanks for your suggestions. I will try to clarify my problem so that you or others can better address the issue. I currently have a panel database organized by oil wells (i) with monthly data (WOR) for 50 years. I want to run the goodness of fit tests for each oil well just as you suggested but I am not sure where to include i unless it would be something along the lines of by `"`i'"' : nl …. however this is the reason I thought about using the for values command. > > I hope this provides greater clarity and can serve others that encounter similar issues in the future. > > > Best, > > Sebastian > > On Apr 26, 2012, at 5:05 PM, Eric Booth wrote: > >> <> >> >> You make reference to "i" without defining where it fits into your code, but assuming you know where "i" goes, here a (untested) code example that should do what you are asking with some adapting on your part. >> >> ****************** >> forvalues i = 1/51000 { >> >> di `"`i'"' //where does `i' plug-in in the equations below?? >> nl (WOR = {b0=0.1}*(1 * exp({b1=0.05}* (ageyear)))) >> predict a >> >> nl log3: WOR ageyear >> predict b >> >> nl gom3: WOR ageyear >> predict c >> >> twoway (scatter a y) (line a y, sort), legend(off) aspect(1) name(g1, replace) >> twoway (scatter b y) (line b y, sort), legend(off) aspect(1) name(g2, replace) >> twoway (scatter c y) (line c y, sort), legend(off) aspect(1) name(g3, replace) >> gr combine g1 g2 g3, c(1) // change look of this combined graph with options >> gr export "graph`i'.eps", as(eps) replace >> } >> ****************** >> ^ See -help forvalues- and -help graph combine- for more help. >> >> >> >> - Eric >> >> __ >> Eric A. Booth >> Public Policy Research Institute >> Texas A&M University >> ebooth@ppri.tamu.edu >> +979.845.6754 >> >> >> >> >> >> On Apr 26, 2012, at 12:18 PM, Sebastian Galarza wrote: >> >>> Hi, >>> >>> I am working on a large dataset and need to run different goodness of fit tests, graph these and save the graphs separately. I am not sure how to go about it. >>> >>> Basically, I want to run the following tests for up to 51000 values of i >>> >>> nl (WOR = {b0=0.1}*(1 * exp({b1=0.05}* (ageyear)))) >>> predict a >>> >>> nl log3: WOR ageyear >>> predict b >>> >>> nl gom3: WOR ageyear >>> predict c >>> >>> I would ideally save this output for each value of i. >>> >>> twoway (scatter a y) (line a y, sort), legend(off) aspect(1) >>> twoway (scatter b y) (line b y, sort), legend(off) aspect(1) >>> twoway (scatter c y) (line c y, sort), legend(off) aspect(1) >>> >>> I would ideally save these three graphs as one image for each value of i. >>> >>> Any help in doing this would be greatly appreciated. >>> >>> Best, >>> >>> Sebastian >>> >>> >>> * >>> * 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/ >> >> >> * >> * 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/ > > > * > * 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/ * * 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/

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**Re: st: Running loops with graphs***From:*Eric Booth <eric.a.booth@gmail.com>

**Re: st: Running loops with graphs***From:*Sebastian Galarza <sebastian@theicct.org>

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