Germán Rodríguez

Stata Markdown
Princeton University
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Let us read the fuel efficiency data that is shipped with Stata sysuse auto, clear To study how fuel efficiency depends on weight it is useful to transform the dependent variable from "miles per gallon" to "gallons per 100 miles" gen gphm = 100/mpg We then obtain a more linear relationship twoway scatter gphm weight || lfit gphm weight /// , ytitle(Gallons per Mile) legend(off) graph export auto.png, width(500) replace ![Fuel Efficiency](auto.png) That's all for now!

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Let us read the fuel efficiency data that is shipped with Stata

. sysuse auto, clear (1978 Automobile Data)

To study how fuel efficiency depends on weight it is useful to transform the dependent variable from "miles per gallon" to "gallons per 100 miles"

. gen gphm = 100/mpg

We then obtain a more linear relationship

. twoway scatter gphm weight || lfit gphm weight /// > , ytitle(Gallons per Mile) legend(off) . graph export auto.png, width(500) replace (file auto.png written in PNG format)

That's all for now!