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

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Subject |
st: RE: mylabels |

Date |
Thu, 27 May 2004 21:10:39 +0100 |

-mylabels- is a user-written program from SSC. I can reproduce something like this result some but not all of the time. I think the problem lies in your -twoway- call. I'd omit the parentheses in twoway (connected slavepr year if year<=1860) and I think the problem will go away, but I'm not sure why that is. Nick n.j.cox@durham.ac.uk John D. Levendis > I've got a question about a program called "mylabels". > > Here's what I'm trying to do. > > I've got data on yearly prices, a small bit of which looks like: > 373.5416 > 343.0145 > 409.1766 > 449.1369 > 491.1221 > 490.6828 > 479.1853 > 882.5421 > 1218.8488 > > > From these, I can generate a price index by dividing by the > first period's > prices. > - gen PI = prices/prices[1] > > > 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? * * 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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