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st: Re: RE: combining two graphs into one?
I used -twoway bar- as you suggested.
I also have another question. I have observations from -5 to 25 but they
are concentrated from 1 to 15. So, I want to use all of them to construct a
bar graph but show only part of the graph between x=1 and x=15. How can I do
----- Original Message -----
From: "Nick Cox" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, September 09, 2004 12:39 PM
Subject: st: RE: combining two graphs into one?
> -graph combine- juxtaposes. At most, graphs touch.
> To superimpose, you need to go back to the originals. You may
> find you need to use e.g. -twoway bar- if the original
> was created with e.g. -graph bar-
> Oleksandr Shepotylo
> > I have two bar graphs graph1.gph and graph2.gph. They are
> > essentially the
> > same graph but for different subsamples. So, I want to
> > superimpose one over
> > the other to save some space and emphasize the differences.
> > I thought that combine should do the trick but as I
> > understand it just
> > place different graphs at the same page but does not combine
> > them in one.
> > Are there any other options to combine graphs in one?
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