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st: Graphing multiple cdf's in the same graph (using either -distplot- or -cdfplot-)

Subject   st: Graphing multiple cdf's in the same graph (using either -distplot- or -cdfplot-)
Date   Mon, 4 Mar 2013 16:12:36 -0500

Hi all,

I'm trying to plot two cdf's on the same axis. -distplot- allows me to do 
this (simple example: distplot line var1 var2, lc(red blue)  ) , but 
there's a wrinkle in my data that makes this more complicated. The data is 
arranged such that var1 and var2 are never both non-missing. That is, for 
every observation where var1 exists, var2 is missing, and vice versa. I am 
able to graph this using kernel density:
twoway (kdensity var1, lp(solid) lc(blue))
 || (kdensity var2, lp(solid) lc(red))

But I can't seem to find a similar implementation for -distplot- (or 
-cdfplot- for that matter). If anyone has any ideas, I would greatly 
appreciate it.


Max Livingston
Sr. Research Analyst
Microeconomic Studies
Research and Statistics Group
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
(212) 720-7894

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