Hi,
Is there any way to extract coordinates from a previously saved twoway graph?
Thank you very much in advance.
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Extract coordinates from a saved graph
Last edited by Alina Faruk; 04 Jan 2019, 13:46.
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Thank you, my problem was resolved. What I was essentially looking for is rarea...
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Thanks.
But basically what my dataset contains are coefficient values, and upper and lower confidence interval band values for each.
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Two types of graph at once
Hello all,
Is it possible to plot a line graph and a range graph at once in one graph? If so, how?
Thank you in advance.
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Thank you very much once again for responding!
Well the problem is, authors tend to be unresponsive, which is understandable as I can presume...
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Dear Mr Benson,
Thanks a lot for such a thorough response.
So it appears it is an unresolved issue, and my problem is very similar...
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Should I include gender dummy for the probit regression in Heckman?
I'm estimating the wage equation for a selected sample of the selfemployed, which contains both males and females, and afterwards which will be decomposed...
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Thanks a lot for the reference! Cleared up my confusion....
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Thanks Mr Lazzaro. Will you please share the commands/procedure to do so?...
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Heteroskedastic errors and svy
Dear All,
Svy: reg is not letting me perform hettest or imtest postestimation.
Is the rationale behind this that errors...
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Hi, I'm really sorry but the project I was working on is a bit sensitive, hence my reluctance towards sharing the output publicly.
Thanks...
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Update:
I could run the code with eform, but only when I am not attempting detailed decomposition.
That is, using your example...
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Help for graphs of qreg with weights
Dear All,
So apparently I can graph for the coefficients of multiple quantiles (along with the OLS ones) only after sqreg, with the grqreg...
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