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Re: st: Sampling weights with twoway line graph

From   "Eva Poen" <[email protected]>
To   [email protected]
Subject   Re: st: Sampling weights with twoway line graph
Date   Thu, 25 Sep 2008 09:07:05 +0100


-help collapse- shows that pweights are allowed with -collapse-. Therefore,

collapse drugA drugB drugC [pweight=pwt], by(year)

followed by a -twoway line- ought to give you what you need.


2008/9/25 Mike Schmitt <[email protected]>:
> Hi all,
> Using the Bar Chart, I can use sample weights and graph the mean of
> each of my variables to get the plot of interest.  I was wondering if
> I could get a line graph showing same data (ie, lines instead of
> bars).  Using Stata 10.1, it seems that there is no way to enter in
> sample weights for a basic twoway line graph, unless I'm over looking
> something.
> My current bar chart syntax is:
> graph bar (mean) drugA (mean) drugB (mean) drugC [pweight = pwt], over(year)
> And the bar chart is spot on, like it should be, however I'm dumb
> founded of how to coerce stata into giving me the same graph only with
> lines.  Thanks to previous help from this listserv, I know that I can
> collapse the data to get Stata to get a line graph of means, however
> I'm unsure of how that can be done while maintaining the weighting
> procedure and hence I'm a tad apprehensive to do that.  If I could
> just swap the bars I'd be happy.  Any thoughts?  Thanks,
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