# Re: st: AW: Plotting regression coefficients

 From Miranda Kim <[email protected]> To [email protected] Subject Re: st: AW: Plotting regression coefficients Date Wed, 20 Jan 2010 09:25:43 +0000

```Thank you Martin, Alan and Nick for your replies,
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I'm sorry I didn't give enough description of my dataset. As it is currently structured I have each line (observation) corresponding to a distinct person. I have five variables for each individual (five columns in my dataset):
```gluc = 2-h glucose concentration
bmi0 = BMI at birth
bmi4 = BMI at age 4
bmi6 = BMI at age 6
bmi8 = BMI at age 8
I could simply type
reg gluc bmi0
reg gluc bmi4
etc.
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saving the regression coefficients (and CIs) along the way, and then plotting them.
```But I didn't know if this was a long-winded way of going about it.
Many thanks
Miranda

Blood glucose vs. BMI at birth
Blood glucose vs. BMI at age 4
Blood glucose vs. BMI at age 6
Blood glucose vs. BMI at age 8

Martin Weiss wrote:
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Apart from -statsby-, -ssc d parmest- by Roger Newson may be useful for
you...

HTH
Martin

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I am using Stata v11

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I would like to run four regressions of the same outcome variable on a given predictor at four different timepoints. For example:
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Blood glucose vs. BMI at birth
Blood glucose vs. BMI at age 4
Blood glucose vs. BMI at age 6
Blood glucose vs. BMI at age 8

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Then I would like to plot the four regression coefficients and respective confidence intervals on the same graph, with time as the x-axis.
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I wonder what the most straightforward way of producing such a plot would be.
```Any suggestions would be of great help.

Many thanks,
Miranda

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