Laura WhitingAug 27A Second Cat Plot in StataTo use the catplot command in Stata you will need to install it from the SSC if you haven't already. To do this, use the following comman...

Laura WhitingAug 25A Cat Plot in StataThe catplot command will draw graphs to compare two categorical variables with each other. This is similar to what you would see with the...

Laura WhitingAug 25A Tri Plot in StataA tri plot will plot the proportions or percentages of three variables, adding up to 1 or 100 respectively. To draw a tri plot in Stata, ...

Laura WhitingAug 25Stata Nested Do Files for Larger ProjectsWhen you are running a large analysis in Stata with multiple steps, it can be helpful to save the steps in separate do-files. You can the...

Laura WhitingAug 25Another Venn Diagram with a Different CommandTo use the pvenn command you need to download it from the SSC and install it. To do this use the following command in Stata: To generate ...

Laura WhitingAug 25A Venn Diagram in StataTo draw Venn diagrams in Stata you will need the user-written command venndiag, which can be downloaded from SSC with the following comma...

Laura WhitingAug 25A CI Plot in StataTo use the ciplot command in Stata you will first need to download and install it from SSC. To do this, use the following command in Stat...

KuaiKuai WangAug 24Generating and graphing predictions in StataIn this post, I will show you how to generate and graph predictions in Stata. Below is a worked example: The dataset I used was automobil...