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Re : st: -graph combine- with equal size


From   Naji <nassar@noos.fr>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   Re : st: -graph combine- with equal size
Date   Tue, 19 Apr 2005 08:55:06 +0200

Daniel,


Did you try to fix axis size of the combined graph, ie
graph combine agquant clofoquant ofoquant maxquant, xcommon ycommon
fxsize(220) fysize(220) rows(2)

Or 

fxsize(110) fysize(440) rows(4)
fxsize(440) fysize(110) rows(1)


Rmq : twice pred3
Do your pred* variables have the the same scope (min & max)?

Best
Naji

Le 18/04/05 22:25, « Daniel Mueller » <danielix@gmx.net> a écrit :

> Hi,
> 
> I was sure somebody asked that before, but my search in the
> archives was not successful.
> 
> I want to merge four quantile-plots into one, where I omit
> -xscale- in the upper two graphs, and -yscale- in the graphs
> on the right (see code below). I want to obtain four graphs
> of the same vertical and horizontal size and try to
> accomplish that with -ysize()-, -xsize()- -fyscale()-,
> fxscale()-. However, these options seem to be overridden and
> all four graphs are of slightly different size. How can I
> get four graphs of exactly the same size in -graph combine-?
> 
> Thanks a lot in advance!
> Daniel
> 
> --
> quantile pred1, xscale(off) ///
> ysize(4) xsize(4) fysize(110) fxsize(110) ///
> name(agquant, replace)
> quantile pred2, yscale(off) xscale(off) ///
> ysize(4) xsize(4) fysize(110) fxsize(110) ///
> name(clofoquant, replace) 
> quantile pred3, ysize(4) xsize(4) ///
> fysize(110) fxsize(110) name(ofoquant, replace)
> quantile pred3, yscale(off) ///
> ysize(4) xsize(4) fysize(110) fxsize(110) ///  
> name(maxquant, replace)
> graph combine agquant clofoquant ofoquant maxquant, ///
> xcommon ycommon
> --
> 
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