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-group1d- doesn't suit my application (versions of Stata aside) as I don't
want to have to specify the number of groups. I really like the kdensity
plot because it automatically determines the number of groups (which are
in the hundreds for my real data sets).

Unfortunately -round- often fails to group sizes appropriately in my full
data sets too, as the clusters don't always align with the rounding units.

The kdensity plot shows exactly what I want, but alas I can't extract it's
data (trough coordinates).

Any more thoughts from the list?


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