English, Article edition: EXPLIST: Stata module to generate an exponentially-spaced list of numbers Roger Newson

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  • EXPLIST: Stata module to generate an exponentially-spaced list of numbers
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  • Roger Newson
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  • -explist- is a program to generate an exponentially-spaced list of numbers. The syntax of explist is modelled on that of Nick Cox's listutil package, which seems to offer all kinds of lists except exponentially-spaced ones. The list can be stored in a macro variable and used as an -xlabel- or -ylabel- list by the -graph- command when the -xlog- or -ylog- option is used. -explist- takes, as input, a list of numbers x_1, ... , x_n, and creates, as output, a list of numbers y_1, ... , y_n, derived exponentially from the input list, so that, for each i, y_i =​ scale*base^x_i where base and scale are numbers given by options of the same names.
  • lists, exponentials
  • RePEc:boc:bocode:s426701
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