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Re: st: Stata 13 wishlist

From   John Antonakis <>
Subject   Re: st: Stata 13 wishlist
Date   Wed, 02 Jan 2013 17:29:29 +0100

Hi Billy: is the post:

Still, ADF doesn't have all the advantages that what WLSMV (i.e., Muthén's robust WLS) does.



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On 02.01.2013 17:21, William Buchanan wrote:
It's been requested several times previously, but including some capacity to control the transparency in graphs (e.g., an option for alpha blending). Adding some documentation to help end-users develop new graph commands more easily would also be incredibly helpful (Sergey R. presented on this topic and the Beamer slides can be found easily via google).

Re: John,
I'm not in the best Internet browsing situation at the moment, but I had read a post where either Cameron McIntosh or Stas Kolenikov suggested that the ADF estimator is equivalent to the WLS estimator in Mplus.

If nothing else I think speeding up some of the -xt- commands would be pretty awesome (e.g., xtmelogit, xtmepoisson, etc...). Another previously mentioned suggestion was to help make it easier for users to integrate Stata with other scripting and/or programming languages (i.e., python).

Since the documentation is prepared in LaTeX, maybe an electronic copy in a format other than PDF would be helpful as well.

Just my $ 0.02,

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On Jan 2, 2013, at 7:53, Nick Cox <> wrote:

Postings on this point seem to be overlooking the Graph Recorder.


On Wed, Jan 2, 2013 at 3:44 PM, John Antonakis <> wrote:
I second that suggestion:

"to show commands and syntaxes in the results window". Oftentimes, it is
hard to figure out the syntax when making minor edits to a would
be so helpful if we could see the syntax that makes the change.
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