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The Stata Guide

Stata graphs: Arc plots

In this guide, learn to make the following arc plot in Stata:

What are arc plots? Arc plots basically represent non-symmetric bilateral flows between a bunch of nodes grouped on a horizontal axis. Think of a network structure where the nodes are basically displayed on the x-axis, and the flows are the arcs. The x-axis is split into different spikes or wedges, where the size of the spike represent the total in- and…

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Here we showcase a series of articles on the Stata software covering topics ranging from data science to statistical analysis.

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