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RE: st: does anyone know how to specify more than one symboltype in dotplots?
It having been established that you can't do this with -dotplot-,
can you be more precise on what you want (and indeed why
you want it)?
Do you want to able to do this
i.e. two or more symbols for two or more distinct
or do you want to be able to do this
i.e. two or more symbols within a group?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: email@example.com
> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Philip Bejon
> Sent: 03 March 2004 12:13
> To: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: st: does anyone know how to specify more than one
> symboltype in dotplots?
> Thank you for trying - but graph dot is actually quite
> different from dotplot.
> >>> Ulrich Kohler <email@example.com> 03/02/04 06:55pm >>>
> Philip Bejon wrote:
> > does anyone know how to specify more than one symbol type
> in dotplots?
> I once did the following which seems to be similar to what
> you need. This
> plots the frequencies of Satisfaction with health care system
> for 28 European
> Countries, where I used differemt symbols for Eastern
> European and Western
> European Countries.
> . separate f, by(west)
> . graph dot (asis) f1 f2, over(counrty) ///
> marker(1, ms(O) mfcolor(black) mlcolor(black)) ///
> marker(2, ms(O) mfcolor(white) mlcolor(black)) ///
> legend(order(1 2) label(1 "Candidates") label(2 "EU-Members")) ///
> title("Satisfaction with health care system", span) nofill ///
> exclude0 subtitle("Percent")
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