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1 Graphing Confidence Intervals in Stata For graphic options in general, see Mitchell, A Visual Guide to Stata Graphics (Stata Press). See also Long/Freese, Regression Models for Categorical Dependent Variables Using Stata (Stata Press). CI: Quantitative variable * use hsb2, clear ci science [, level( ) ] bys ses: ci science ciplot science, by(ses) [‘findit ciplot’ & download; , level( )] cihplot science, by(ses) [‘findit cihplot’ & download; ,level()] civplot science, by(ses) [‘findit civplot’ & download; ,level()] * To compute non-parametric confidence intervals, see downloadable commands such as cendef, censlope, & somersd. * The downloadable cid computes confidence intervals for means of differences. CI: Categorical-binary variable gen honors_sci=science>=60 & science<. tab honors_sci ci honors_sci, binomial ciplot honors_sci, bin by(ses) ci honors_sci, bin wilson [, level( ) agresti, jeffreys, wald] bys ses: ci honors_sci, bin wil To graph, e.g., binomial wilson CI: statsby, by(ses): ci honors_sci, bin wil
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This note was uploaded on 07/11/2011 for the course SYA 6305 taught by Professor Tardanico during the Fall '08 term at FIU.

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