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This is exactly what I was trying to create. Thank you so much for your help!...
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Thank you for comment and sorry about unclear post. In my real data, eGFR was measured every four months for some participants, so I've included at least...
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loops
Dear Stata users,
I have data with repeated measure of estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR). I would like to identify those...
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When I applied Maarten's code on real data it creates the following graph. I am wondering:
1. How can I deal with overlapping mean.
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Thank you so much Nick.
I've tried the Maarten's code and it created the following graph (slightly different). Stata says: (note: named style...Last edited by Buyadaa Oyunchimeg; 23 Oct 2018, 19:36.
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Thank you so much for your help David and Nick. I will try the codes.
Sorry for unclear for Clyde. I've generated dataex again as...
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medication use in each quarter
Dear Stata users,
I am looking at medication use from the 2 years before and after the event in patients with chronic kidney disease....
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Wow, this looks very nice! Thank you so much Sergiy, Maarten and Weiwen.
I will try this.
Sincerely,
Oyun
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different color per person
Dear Stata users,
I am looking at eGFR over time and would like graph individual eGFR trajectories using different colours to each person (number...
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Thank you so much for valuable guidance. I will use dataex for my future posts.
In graph each thin colored line represents...
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graphing individual trajectories over time
Dear all,
I am looking at a eGFR and would like to know the changes in eGFR over time (~10 years period) in 5 groups (groups based...
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graphing individual trajectories
Dear all,
I am looking at a eGFR and would like to know the changes in eGFR over time (~10 years period) in 5 groups (groups based...
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