I never got around to doing a short free one for Stata. Sorry about that!

Cheers,

Bob

Is there any chance you could provide a similar link to an early (free) version of the book for ‘R for Stata’ here too?

Many thanks,

Charles. ]]>

Thanks for letting me know. It’s fixed now.

Cheers,

Bob

The link to R Cheat Sheets on the blogroll seems to be outdated. I think this is the new link: https://www.rstudio.com/resources/cheatsheets/

]]>I can provide more details if necessary, but I don’t know if this is the right venue to do so.

]]>Here’s a link that shows how to do it:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3695497/ggplot-showing-instead-of-counts-in-charts-of-categorical-variables

Cheers, Bob

]]>Thank you for these very helpful examples. I just wondered how you could display percentages (instead of counts) on the y-axis in the bar charts. The practice dataset (mydata100) has 100 cases, so it won’t make a difference here, but in other datasets it will. Thanks in advance.

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Cheers,

Bob