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For greater detail on graphing in Stata: Mitchell, A Visual Guide to Stata Graphics (Stata Press); Long/Freese, Regression Models for Categorical Dependent Variables Using Stata (Stata Press). See also the following websites: http://www.stata.com/support/faqs/graphics/gph/statagraphs.html http://data.princeton.edu/stata/Graphics.html http://www.ats.ucla.edu/STAT/stata/topics/graphics.htm http://its.unc.edu/hpc/training/stata/3.pdf To save, display & print a graph: use hsb2, clear twoway qfitci math science File > Save Graph > qfitci_math_science > OK Right-click graph: Preferences > Scheme > … > OK File > Open Graph > …. > Open
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Unformatted text preview: [to display a graph] File > Print > Graph > > OK [to print a graph] In a do-file you can include the following: gr export qfitci_math_science.wmf [wmf: Windows metafile] To paste a graph into a Word document: File > Save Graph > qfitci_math_science.wmf > OK [.wmf: Windows metafile] In Windows folder: File > Copy: qfitci_math_science.wmf > Paste (to Word doc) Note: If you are unable to paste the graph or if the pasted graph is too large for the Word document, return to STATA to do the following: Right-click graph: Preferences > Clipboard > .wmf > OK Then in Windows folder: File > Copy: qfitci_math_science.wmf > Paste (to Word doc)...
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