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# st: Re: Graph interaction of two countinous variables

 From Maarten Buis To statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu Subject st: Re: Graph interaction of two countinous variables Date Thu, 18 Oct 2012 12:27:20 +0200

```On Thu, Oct 18, 2012 at 12:02 PM, D.V.Vo wrote me privately:

> I am Dut, a PhD student at University of Groningen, the Netherlands. I think
> you have much experience about the graph interaction in Stata through the
> forum. Therefore, I would like to ask your favor to share that experience
> I have the logistic and tobit  regression models:
>  1. Logit (Y) = X1 (continuous variable) + X2 (continuous variable) + X1*X2
> + control variables
>  2. Logit (Y) = X1^2 (continuous variable) + X2 (continuous variable) +
> X1^2*X2 + control variables
>  3. Tobit (Y) = X1 (continuous variable) + X2 (continuous variable) + X1*X2
> + control variables
>  4. Tobit (Y) = X1^2 (continuous variable) + X2 (continuous variable) +
> X1^2*X2 + control variables
>  These independent and moderate variables are standardized, with these
> models, after regression, how can I graph the interaction effects in Stata?
> Could you please share with me about specific command in Stata that could do
> these for me?
> In the case, the above independent and moderate variables are not
> standardized, how can I graph the interaction effects in Stata for this
> case?

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There is a whole set of examples on how to do what you ask for various
versions of Stata here:

restrictive and probably wrong.

-- Maarten

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