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st: RE: possible to create a graph with only text in it?
Yes, there is. Here is a minimal example. Feed it
a variable and values will go on horizontal lines
spaced from top to bottom. Some tuning with
marker_label_options will normally be essential,
but at the same time may be more than enough
to produce simple labels.
syntax varname [if] [in] [, * ]
marksample touse, strok
tempvar y x
gen `y' = _n
gen `x' = 1
twoway scatter `y' `x' if `touse', ms(none) mlabel(`varlist') ///
plotregion(style(none)) ysc(reverse off) xsc(off) legend(off) ///
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> Subject: st: possible to create a graph with only text in it?
> Hi all,
> Maybe I'm missing something obvious, but is there some way to
> create a
> graph that is completely blank, except that it includes text?
> Or, to get at what I really want to do, is there a way to
> place text into
> the blank spaces created by -graph combine-, with the holes() options?
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