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Re: st: Adding markers for some points after a cdfplot

From   Nick Cox <>
Subject   Re: st: Adding markers for some points after a cdfplot
Date   Tue, 26 Feb 2013 07:45:21 +0000

-cdfplot- (SSC, presumably) is a user-written command. Please remember
to explain where user-written commmands you refer to come from, a
longstanding request in the FAQ and one often remembered on this list.

-cdfplot- will support any -twoway- options such as -marker label
options- or -text()-. This is clearly documented in its help. See the
bag options -opt1()-, -opt2()-. What you need is clearly documented in
the manual under the appropriate options.


On Tue, Feb 26, 2013 at 5:11 AM, Shubhabrata Mukherjee
<> wrote:

> I have a data set with gene names (n~17,000) and corresponding log-transformed length:
>         gene  logbp_length
>  A3GALT2   4.156337261
> AADACL3   4.100680828
> AADACL4   4.352799892
>     ABCA4   5.108267307
>   ABCB10   4.624426365
> ...........
> ........
> I have drawn cumulative distribution plot using
> cdfplot logbp_length
> but additionally I want to put some points on the plot for some given genes.Actually, I have a list of 10 genes for which I want put a marker and the corresponding name. How do I do this in Stata?
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