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The Stata Guide

Stata graphs: Spider plots

In this guide, learn to make spider plots in Stata. We will use the Oxford COVID-19 policy tracker to generate the following graphs:

This visualization builds on the previous Radial plots guide.


Like other guides, a basic knowledge of Stata is assumed. This guide deals with advanced usage of locals, loops, and code structures that require some…




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

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