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"Nick Cox" <n.j.cox@durham.ac.uk> |

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st: RE: Help for -muxyplot- |

Date |
Wed, 3 Dec 2003 17:12:52 -0000 |

-muxyplot- (a rather ugly abbreviation for -multiple x y plot-) is a package for Stata 6 up available from SSC. It uses oldstyle graphics and as a program written in 1999 is unaware of the graphics syntax introduced in 2003, as you realise. I've not touched it since the release of 8, partly because I guessed it now obsolete. Adama's graph sounds like the Stata 8 . twoway connect Meanrend lohiyield stbund2 if lohiyield>0, ylabel(50(50)1050) ms(oh plus) sort ... and to be in no need of -museum xyplot-. However, I guess that the syntax in the latter case would be more like . muxyplot Meanrend lohiyield stbund2 stbund2 if lohiyield>0, ylabel(50(50)1050) c(ll) sy(op) sort l2(Meanrend) b2(stbund2) as the -connect()- and -symbol()- options refer to the y variables only (the first half of those specified). Even in Stata < 8, this is equivalent to . graph Meanrend lohiyield stbund2 if lohiyield>0, ylabel(50(50)1050) c(ll) sy(op) sort l2(Meanrend) b2(stbund2) I'm not sure what the graph will look like if -stbund2- is dummy, but that's a separate issue. However, I'll draw attention also to -regplot- on SSC, which has been updated to 8. Nick n.j.cox@durham.ac.uk akonseig@uni-bonn.de > I am quite new in using Stata graphic tool and am missing > something with > Nick's command -muxyplot- to produce plots with multiple x > and y variables. > -lohiyield- is the predicted value of obeserved yield > -Meanrend- and I want > a connected line that shows both on a same graph. I get > only one line with > the following and which of the two variables is then shown? > How to get both? > muxyplot Meanrend lohiyield stbund2 stbund2 if > lohiyield>0, ylabel(50(50) > 1050) c(.l.l) sy(oipi) sort l2(Meanrend) b2(stbund2) saving > (scenario1meanobs, replace). > Then I want to -combine- several plots on the same graph > but I think I need > first to save using the option name > (-name(scenario1meanobsmemo, replace)-), > but that is not allowed. > I am working with a panel data -tsset id member- and > -version 8.2-. stbund > is a dummy variable. * * For searches and help try: * http://www.stata.com/support/faqs/res/findit.html * http://www.stata.com/support/statalist/faq * http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/stata/

**References**:**st: Help for -muxyplot-***From:*akonseig@uni-bonn.de

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