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Re: st: Adding counts to an eclplot bar graph [solved]


From   Roger Newson <roger.newson@kcl.ac.uk>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Adding counts to an eclplot bar graph [solved]
Date   Tue, 19 Apr 2005 20:38:55 +0100

At 20:18 19/04/2005, Benjamin Hulley wrote:
On Apr 19, 2005, at 11:33 AM, Benjamin Hulley wrote:

> I'm using eclplot to generate a bar chart and I'd like to add counts
> for the categories.  I was able to add counts to a symbol plot using
> marker labels, but haven't figured out a way to do it with a bar chart.

It seems inevitable that whenever I email this list, regardless of the
length of time I had spent on the problem and the number of times I've
gone through Statalist archives and Stata documentation, I immediately
solve it.

For those interested, text may be added to eclplot by using the added
text option (see help added_text_options) in "additional estimates
options" of eclplot.
Ben can also use the -plot()- option of -eclplot-, using marker labels. For instance, if the categories are in the variable -category- and the counts are in the variable -catcount-, then Ben might type:

eclplot estimate min95 max95 category, eplottype(bar) ///
plot(scatter max95 category, msymbol(none) mlabel(catcount) mlabpos(12))

and this would superimpose a scatter plot with labels and no symbols to insert the category counts just above the upper confidence limits.

Roger



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