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st: Lowess line based on different time frame to graph x-axis


From   Mathew Wilkins <MWilkins@unfccc.int>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: Lowess line based on different time frame to graph x-axis
Date   Tue, 11 Sep 2012 11:07:51 +0200


Dear Statalisters

I have a series of monthly reports where we are trying to show a trend, the
lowess line is based upon a monthly figure.  As a result the line is not
completely smooth (the line is 'jumping' around e.g. 2012m1 = 134, 2012m2 =
158) I am looking for a way to remove the ‘jumps’ from the lowess lines.

Is there a way where a lowess line in a graph can be based on a weekly time
frame but keep the x-axis on the graph showing in monthly time frame?

Many thanks in advance

Regards
Mathew Wilkins

Mathew Wilkins
Statistical Assistant
Strategy & Policy Development

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United Nations
Climate Change Secretariat
Martin-Luther-King Strasse 8
53175 Bonn, Germany

Phone +49 228 815 1864
Fax +49 228 815 1999
mwilkins@unfccc.int
unfccc.int

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