You have got to watch where the -subtitle()- goes.
Tucked inside -by()- it applies to the whole graph.
Otherwise it applies to each panel.
That's not the whole answer, I guess.
Nick
n.j.cox@durham.ac.uk
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
> [mailto:owner-statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu]On Behalf Of Donald Spady
> Sent: 02 March 2004 22:00
> To: statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
> Subject: RE: st: Re: Graph problem
>
>
> Nick
> What is going "wrong" is that, when creating overlaid graphs, the
> banner for each graph has a colored background, as on page 86
> of the graph
> manual. This seems to be the case for all the styles in the
> 'by' window
> except the Stata7 style, which creates a graph with no banner
> and the title
> for each separate graph is left justified. It is possible to
> use the other
> styles and create a graph with a colorless banner using the command:
> "subtitle(, pos(11) nobexpand bfcolor(white) nobox)" as part
> of the overall
> graph command. If I do this within the subtitle options, as
> you suggested,
> it does not work. I don't know why. even though it is the same
> command. Nevertheless, as I write this, I see that if Stata 7 style
> works, why not use it. The problem with using Stata 7 style
> is that when
> I try to create ticks (in this case X-axis ticks for ages
> 1-17) using the
> Minor tick options 0(1)17 (so as to mark each year with a
> single tick), I
> get 34 ticks, which only is chartjunk. Is there something
> wrong with my
> command for ticks? I know this is long and I apologize for it.
> Don
>
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