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st: -baplot- output


From   cecilia sam <samcecilia2010@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: -baplot- output
Date   Sat, 14 Jan 2012 16:38:01 +1300

Hi all,

I am using -baplot- and don't know how to put the regression line on
the plot, and get the p-value of the regression line.

I am using Stata 10.0 for Windows. I typed -baplot- and have no
problem to obtain the mean difference and the limit of agreement. I
want to do further analysis to test whether there is proportional
error.

Is there a way to put the regression line onto the Bland and Altman
plot, and also obtain the significance of the regression slope by
using -baplot-?

Or is there someway to test whether there is proportional error using
the Bland and Altman method.

Thanks.
Cecilia
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