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Yes, this is likely because you do not have a licensed copy of StatTransfer. If you are using the trial version, the StatTransfer command line processor...
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It's not clear what you want on the xaxis, as you are plotting two different variables. But perhaps something like this is a step in the direction you...
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Small tweak to marginsplot : an easytouse option for relabelling the legend keys based on the logical plot number, rather than the actual plot number...
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Nicholas Winter replied to Marker symbols and line patterns not showing in legend (combomarginsplot)in General#6 this is not about combomarginsplot. But the issue is the same as I reference in #3: you are telling Stata you want the various CI bars as the legend....
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Your problem is in the specification of your multiple at() options.
When you do that, each at() option creates its own set of margins results;...
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You are estimating the identical quadratic curve either way; the coefficient on mpg is different because that curve is located at a different position...
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Nicholas Winter replied to Saving mean and CI after "svy: mean" or a more efficient way to plot survey trends with CI's?in GeneralIf you have multiple DVs that you want to include on the same graph, my combomarginsplot (available from SSC) is probably exactly what you need.
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I've got a package I developed for Sublime Text to integrate with Stata. It includes pretty good (IMHO) syntax highlighting rules, a modified Molokai...
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Nicholas Winter started a topic Latent Class Analysis: Vermunt 3step procedure for estimating distributions of external variables?in GeneralLatent Class Analysis: Vermunt 3step procedure for estimating distributions of external variables?
Has anyone implemented, or know of an approach, to implementing the 3step ML method for estimating the relationship between the latent classes and various...
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Nicholas Winter replied to Saving mean and CI after "svy: mean" or a more efficient way to plot survey trends with CI's?in GeneralYou can use Stata's marginsplot if you use first use svy:regress to calculate the means. For example:
Code:sysuse auto gen sweight=1
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It will be a bit before I can upgrade, but I'm looking forward to the Python integration in particular (having requested it on the Stata 16 wishlist thread...)....
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My mplotoffset, available from SSC, is designed for exactly this case.
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On the assumption that Stata 16 will be first announced on Statalist, by Bill Gould:
Code:program checkforupdate tempfile webfile
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To illustrate, you could do something like this:
Code:clear // run model 1 sysuse auto lqreg rep78 mpg lqregpred adjs,
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