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Formatted added-variable plot(s)

Syntax

favplotindepvar[,favplot_optionsformatting_options]

favplots[,favplots_optionsformatting_options]

Description

favplotgraphs an added-variable plot (a.k.a. partial-regression leverage plot, partial regression plot, or adjusted partial residual plot) afterregress.indepvarmay be an independent variable (a.k.a. predictor, carrier, or covariate) that is currently in the model or not.

favplotsgraphs all the added-variable plots in a single image.These commands differ from official commands

avplotandavplotsonly in presentation, including the ability to control the formats of coefficient estimates and t statistics.

Options for favplotINCLUDE help gr_markoptf

rlopts(cline_options)affect the rendition of the reference line. Seecline_options.

addplot(plot)provides a way to add other plots to the generated graph. Seeaddplot_option.

twoway_optionsare any of the options documented intwoway_options, excludingby(). These include the options for titling the graph (seetitle_options) and options for saving the graph to disk (seesaving_option).

Options for favplotsINCLUDE help gr_markoptf

combine_optionsare any of the options documented ingraph combine. These include options for titling the graph (seetitle_options) and options for saving the graph to disk (seesaving_option).

rlopts(cline_options)affect the rendition of the reference line. Seecline_options.

Formatting options

bformat(format)controls the display format to show coefficient (b) estimates. The default is %6.0g. Seeformat.

tformat(format)controls the display format to show t statistics. The default is %3.2f. Seeformat.

vartitle(tinfo)tunes the display of the main title of each added-variable plot, which shows the variable label (or if no label has been assigned, the variable name} for eachindepvarshown. Example:vartitle(size(*1.4)). Seetitle_options.

tbtitle(tinfo)tunes the display of the subtitle of each added-variable plot, which shows the t statistic and b estimate for eachindepvarshown. Example:tbtitle(size(*1.4)). Seetitle_options.

AuthorNicholas J. Cox, Durham University n.j.cox@durham.ac.uk

Also seeManual:

[R] regress postestimation