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st: RE: RE: oneway graph
I can confirm your observation, and maybe sort of explain it. Apparently,
when using the -yscale(reverse)- option with -jitter-, all of the y-values
are recoded to zeroes. Try the same command you had trouble with, but add
the -ylab- option and you'll see everything clustered on y=0. You couldn't
see any data because by default your yscale ended at 1.
scatter rep78 mpg, jitter(1) yscale(reverse) ylab(0(1)7)
This is probably a bug that needs to be fixed.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Nick Cox [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Sunday, February 09, 2003 11:33 AM
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> Subject: st: RE: oneway graph
> David L. Schriger
> > Using version 8, windows
> > I am having trouble finding the equivalent of this:
> > version 7
> > graph var2, by(var1) oneway
> > in version 8.
> > "search oneway", etc. of no help.
> You can go e.g.
> . sort rep78
> . gr7 mpg, by(rep78) oneway
> Alternatively, here's another route to travel.
> . gen stroke = "|"
> . scatter rep78 mpg, yscale(reverse) ms(i) mlabel(stroke)
> For further tuning, see
> . whelp marker_label_options
> In turn, I have a question:
> In playing around, I tried
> . scatter rep78 mpg, yscale(reverse) jitter(1)
> and I get no data points shown.
> ??? Anyone confirm that? Able to explain it?
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