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A visual guide to Stata graphics / 4th ed

A visual guide to Stata graphics / 4th ed (Loan 1 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Mitchell, Michael N.
Title Statement
A visual guide to Stata graphics / Michael N. Mitchell.
판사항
4th ed.
Publication, Distribution, etc
College Station, Texas :   Stata Press,   2022.  
Physical Medium
xx, 533 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9781597183659 1597183652
General Note
Includes index.  
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Statistics --Graphic methods --Computer programs. Social sciences --Statistics --Graphic methods --Computer programs. Information visualization.
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245 1 2 ▼a A visual guide to Stata graphics / ▼c Michael N. Mitchell.
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300 ▼a xx, 533 p. : ▼b ill. (some col.) ; ▼c 24 cm.
500 ▼a Includes index.
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650 0 ▼a Statistics ▼x Graphic methods ▼x Computer programs.
650 0 ▼a Social sciences ▼x Statistics ▼x Graphic methods ▼x Computer programs.
650 0 ▼a Information visualization.
945 ▼a ITMT

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Contents information

Table of Contents

1 Introduction


1.1 Online supplements


1.2 Using this book


1.3 Types of Stata graphs


1.4 Schemes


1.4.1 Schemes included with Stata


1.4.2 Community-contributed schemes


1.4.3 Schemes included with this book


1.4.4 Setting schemes


1.5 Options


1.6 Building graphs


1.7 Point-and-click interface


2 Twoway graphs


2.1 Scatterplots


2.2 Regression fits and splines


2.3 Regression confidence interval fits


2.4 Line plots


2.5 Area plots


2.6 Bar plots


2.7 Range plots


2.8 Distribution plots


2.9 Contour plots


2.10 Options


2.11 Overlaying plots


3 Scatterplot matrix graphs


3.1 Marker options


3.2 Controlling axes


3.3 Matrix options


3.4 Graphing by groups


4 Bar graphs


4.1 Y variables


4.2 Graphing bars over groups


4.3 Options for controlling gaps between bars


4.4 Options for sorting bars


4.5 Controlling the categorical axis


4.6 Controlling the legend and labeling bars


4.7 Controlling the y axis


4.8 Changing the look of bars


4.9 Graphing by groups


5 Box plots


5.1 Specifying variables and groups


5.2 Options for controlling gaps between boxes


5.3 Options for sorting boxes


5.4 Controlling the categorical axis


5.5 Controlling the legend


5.6 Controlling the y axis


5.7 Changing the look of boxes


5.8 Graphing by groups


6 Dot plots


6.1 Specifying variables and groups


6.2 Options for controlling gaps between dots


6.3 Options for sorting dots


6.4 Controlling the categorical axis


6.5 Controlling the legend


6.6 Controlling the y axis


6.7 Changing the look of dot rulers


6.8 Graphing by groups


7 Pie charts


7.1 Types of pie charts


7.2 Sorting pie slices


7.3 Changing the look and color and exploding pie slices


7.4 Slice labels


7.5 Controlling the legend


7.6 Graphing by groups


8 Options available for most graphs


8.1 Changing the look of markers


8.2 Creating and controlling marker labels


8.3 Connecting points and markers


8.4 Setting and controlling axis titles


8.5 Setting and controlling axis labels


8.6 Controlling axis scales


8.7 Selecting an axis


8.8 Graphing by groups


8.9 Controlling the legend


8.10 Adding text to markers and positions


8.11 Options for text and textboxes


8.12 More options controlling the display of text


9 Standard options available for all graphs


9.1 Creating and controlling titles


9.2 Using schemes to control the look of graphs


9.2.1 Schemes included with Stata


9.2.2 Community-contributed schemes


Graph schemes sensitive to color vision deficiency


The 538 family of schemes


The lean family of schemes


9.2.3 Schemes included with this book


9.2.4 Example #1: An overlaid scatterplot with fit lines


9.2.5 Example #2: An overlaid scatterplot with fit lines and confidence region


Example #3: A bar chart


The grstyle way of customizing graphs


9.2.6 Customizing schemes


9.2.7 Using the set scheme command


9.3 Sizing graphs and their elements


9.3.1 Sizing/resizing graphs with absolutely sized versus relatively sized units


9.4 Changing the look of graph regions


10 Styles for changing the look of graphs


10.1 Angle


10.2 Color


10.2.1 Named colors


10.2.2 Color intensity


Increasing brightness


Decreasing brightness


The brightness spectrum


10.2.3 Color opacity


10.2.4 Overlapping colors


10.2.5 Specifying colors using RGB, CMYK, and HSV values


10.3 Clock position


10.4 Compass direction


10.5 Connecting points


10.6 Line patterns


10.7 Line width


10.8 Margin


10.9 Marker size


10.10 Orientation


10.11 Marker symbol


10.12 Text size


11 Appendix


11.1 Overview of statistical graph commands


11.2 Common options for statistical graphs


11.3 The marginsplot command


11.4 Saving, redisplaying, and combining graphs


11.5 Exporting graphs


11.6 More examples: Putting it all together


11.7 Common mistakes

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