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st: RE: graph oneway
StataCorp decided not to include this directly
in Stata 8.
However, what you want is really just
a kind of scatter plot and can be achieved after
a (temporary) restructure of your data.
Alternatively, you can use -onewayplot- from
SSC to avoid thinking about that restructuring.
. ssc inst onewayplot
will install the program on your system.
In your case,
. onewayplot var1 var2 var3
would be a good start. With the auto
. onewayplot mpg turn trunk
. onewayplot mpg turn trunk, stack variablelabels
are a couple of examples. The help file
says much more, including a comparison with
-gr7, oneway- and -dotplot-.
> I'm using Stata version 8.2, which changed a lot from version
> 7 to 8. I
> want to compare one-dimensional frequency plots just like they were
> possible with Stata 7. The correct command for this would be
> graph7 var1 var2 var3, oneway.
> However, this graph7 command is very fixed, and one cannot
> add axes or
> display the categories on the y-axis. Did Stata delete this
> command or is
> it hidden in some other? Does anybody have an idea how to
> draw the graph I
> need with an x-axis (metric variable) and an y-axis displaying the
> categories? (horizontal box-plots don't help, because they do
> not show the individual values)
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