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st: RE: RE: RE: RE: Bad dotplot command?
You can specify -combine(row(1))-, as
is implied by the -syntax- statement.
Note that the -syntax- statement should read
as my follow-up posting indicated. But, as you
may fear, there was no claim that -mdotplot- is anything
other than a bundle of -dotplot-s stitched together.
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> Hi Nick
> I got a chance to test the mdotplot code you wrote last week
> and the output
> was a bit different than what I was expecting. The three variables
> (mdint_bioc, mdint_bioc_s, median948) were individually
> plotted in their own
> little graph within a 2 x 2 array of graphs, as no doubt was
> directed by the
> graph, combine command in the ado. I was wondering if it was
> possible to
> display each variable as a column in the same graph field, as
> is seen when
> you run the standard dotplot with multiple variables and no
> marker labels.
> The marker labels displayed correctly in the code you
> provided, by the way,
> but the end result seemed to be the same as if I had made
> three separate
> single variable dotplots and then combined them. If that was your
> intention, then thankyou, it automates that process. If you
> were intending
> them to have a similar representation as the multivariable
> dotplot, then the
> outcome was different.
> If you can't spare the time to tweak it, then thanks for
> pointing me along
> the way. Perhaps the approaches of overlaid 2-way
> scatterplots could be
> followed (nesting the graph statements?) along with some code
> about relative
> placement of the columns, depending on the number of variables being
> should be
> str asis
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