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Re: st: Re: location of X-axis
Oh, excellent! Thanks so much, Philip!
Philip Ryan <email@example.com> wrote:
> See the example on page 267/268 of the [G]raphics manual where the use of
> -yline(0) lstyle(foreground))- and -xscale(noline)-
> options are demonstrated.
> At 08:08 AM 31/03/2005 +0000, you wrote:
> >Hi all,
> >I am plotting the difference between two distributions and the values go
> >from positive to negative.
> >I would like the x-axis to intersect the y-axis where y=0 so that visually
> >it is more apparent that the values range from positive to negative.
> >I have gone through the Stata graphics manual but have not been able to
> >find the command which will do this for me.
> >Can somebody please help?
> >Thanks in advance,
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