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I would like to graph both of these series on one graph. They should align perfectly. On the left y-axis, I'd like the ticks to correspond to the values from "prices". On the right axis, I'd like the ticks to correspond to the values from "PI". But graphing both series on the same graph doesn't get them to align perfectly. (ie, twoway line slavepr year || line PI year , yaxis(2) doesn't work) Nick Cox has suggested using -mylabels but I'm having problems with it. (see the statalist archives http://www.stata.com/statalist/archive/2004-02/msg00402.html ) Here's what I tried: mylabels 1(.2)3 , myscale(@*373.5416) local(labels) #delimit ; twoway (connected slavepr year if year<=1860 ) , title("Avg price AND Index ") yaxis(1 2) ylabel(300(100)1200 , ang(h) axis(1) ) ylabel(`labels' , ang(h) axis(2) ) ; #delimit cr I get the following output and error message: . mylabels 1(.2)3 , myscale(@*373.54156) local(labels) 373.542 "1" 448.25 "1.2" 522.958 "1.4" 597.666 "1.6" 672.375 "1.8" 747.083 "2" 821.791 "2.2" 896.5 "2.4" 971.208 "2.6" 1045.92 "2.8" 1120.62 "3" . . . #delimit ; delimiter now ; . twoway (connected slavepr year if year<=1860 ) , > title("Avg price AND Index ") > yaxis(1 2) > ylabel(300(100)1200 , ang(h) axis(1) ) > ylabel(`labels' , ang(h) axis(2) ) ; ylabels( 373.542 Unknown function 1" 448.25 "1.2" 522.958 "1.4" 597.666 "1.6" 67 > 2.375 "1.8" 747.083 "2" 821.791 "2.2" 896.5 "2.4" 971.208 "2.6" 1045.92 "2.8" > 1120.62 "3" , ang() r(133); Whats up with that "Unknown function 1" bit? Can anyone think of a workaround? Thanks in advance. --John * * 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/

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