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st: RE: labels for x-axis of graph
Here are few options.
1. Use horizontal bars.
2. Use the -label(alternate)- option. In your case ...relabel(1 "No
Welfare.....") label(alternate) )
3. Use the -label(labsize(small))- option. This can be used with the
alternate: -label(alternate labsize(small))-
4. Use the angle option: -label(angle(45)-
Hope this helps,
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> I could really use some help with my labels for a bar graph.
> Basically I am graphing income over a categorical variable that takes on
> four values.
> . graph bar (mean) w3_earninc2, over(w3_empl_stat, relabel(1 "NO Welfare:
> Working" 2 "NOWelfare: Not Working" 3 "Welfare: Not Working" 4 "Welfare:
> Working") )
> this works fine except that my labels for each column are too clunky and
> are running into each other.
> How can I change their size or make each label appear on two lines instead
> of one.
> I would really appreciate some advice.
> Thank you,
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