# Quantile function in Stata

I'm new to Stata and didn't find the answer in the help, navigating the menus, or online so far. I would just like to know how to access the quantile function of a distribution. For example in R, if I want to know the 0.95 point of the $\chi^2(1)$ distribution, I do:

> qchisq(0.95,1)
[1] 3.841459


Is there an equivalent command in Stata ?

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di invchi2(1,0.95). Type help density_functions for more information. –  boscovich Dec 5 '12 at 11:49
@andrea, thanks ! Pls convert your comment to an answer so I can accept it. –  Robert Long Dec 5 '12 at 12:02

The corresponding command in Stata is invchi2(1, 0.95). Type help density_functions for more information.