Plotting regression coefficients and other estimates in Stata


coefplot is a Stata command to plot results from estimation commands or Stata matrices. Results from multiple models or matrices can be combined in a single graph. The default behavior of coefplot is to draw markers for coefficients and horizontal spikes for confidence intervals. However, coefplot can also produce various other types of graphs.


To install coefplot on your system, run command

ssc install coefplot, replace

in Stata. Thereafter, type

help coefplot

to view the help file. To check for updates, type

adoupdate coefplot

Alternatively, you can download coefplot from the SSC Archive and add the files to your system manually (see file readme.txt within for installation instructions). Note that coefplot requires Stata 11 or newer.

coefplot is also available from GitHub.

Source of this website

This website is based on the Bootstrap framework (version 3.3.7) and has been generated by webdoc. The Stata do-files of this website can be downloaded from here.

Also see

A Stata Journal paper on coefplot is available from here. A working paper is available from here. For general information on Stata, see

Presentations on coefplot:


coefplot has been written by Ben Jann.

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