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st: Re: Graph background color
--- "Vince Wiggins, StataCorp" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> The best thing is probably to specify a somewhat larger line width
> when drawing the graph region. This forces the graph region to
> actually appear larger than it is by half the width of the line.
> In Friedrich's example the command would become
> > . graph bar mpg, graphregion(color(white) lwidth(large))
> Friedrich noted that setting -lwidth()- did not work for him.
Thank you for your reply. Setting -lwidth()- does work but I had made
the mistake of trying only -lwidth(none)-, thinking this would remove
the line in the background color. One correction: -large- is not a
-linewidthstyle- and leads to an error message. Instead, the command
. graph bar mpg, graphregion(color(white) lwidth(medium))
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