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Re: st: RE: barplot x-axis labels


From   Arnold Kester <arnold.kester@stat.unimaas.nl>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: RE: barplot x-axis labels
Date   Mon, 28 Feb 2005 21:14:46 +0100

David Harrison wrote:
You no longer need the -showyvars-... the -ascategory- tells Stata to
treat your variables as if they were categories, which get labelled
by default. Using both options together it is trying to label both
variables and categories within variables (of which there are none).

David
Thanks David.

So here's my "grand finale" :-)

* ====================================================
* barplot -- no more a problem --thanks David Harrison!

clear

set obs 100

gen BiopNose= (uniform()<.6)
gen BiopKidney= (uniform()<.3)
gen BiopLung= (uniform()<.5)
gen BiopSkin= (uniform()<.2)
gen BiopMuscle= (uniform()<.2)

graph bar (mean) Nose=BiopNose Kidney=BiopKidney ///
  Lung=BiopLung Skin=BiopSkin Muscle=BiopMuscle, ///
  yt(Percent of patients) bar(1, bfcolor(ltblue)) ///
  ylabel(0 "0" 0.2 "20" 0.4 "40" 0.6 "60" 0.8 "80") ///
  ascategory legend(off) nolabel

exit
* ===============================================


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