English, Article edition: GRAPHBINARY: Stata module to plot explanatory variables vs binary outcome Adrian Mander

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  • GRAPHBINARY: Stata module to plot explanatory variables vs binary outcome
Author
  • Adrian Mander
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  • This command creates an exploratory graphic looking at relationships between a binary dependent variable against several explanatory variables. Explanatory variables that have more than 2 values will be dichotomised by its median. When the median is equal to the minimum value this variable will be excluded from the graphic. The graphic consists of two panels, the percentage of people that are coded 1 for the dependent variable for each level of the explanatory variable. The second panel plots the relative risk and confidence intervals against the variable name.
  • graph, binary dependent variable, binary outcome, relative risk, confidence intervals
  • RePEc:boc:bocode:s450801
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