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st: Suppressing specific unwanted labels within legend()


From   "Siyam, Amani" <siyama@who.int>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: Suppressing specific unwanted labels within legend()
Date   Thu, 23 Jun 2005 08:32:52 +0200

Dear Stata users,

I wish to graph two quantities "A" and "B" against "agedays" and those
were measured twice a year by four different testers.

I have the graph I need but I have a problem with the legend. because
they are 2 quantities x 4, the legend keeps repeating and I only wish to
display the first two as below, but disable the repeated ones from
lab(3) to lab(8), is there a way I can suppress those in the legend()
part of the command.

#delimit ;

twoway line A1 B1 agedays, sort clcolor(green red) clp(l l)

|| line A2 B2 agedays, sort clcolor(green red) clp(l l) 

|| line A3 B3 agedays, sort clcolor(green red) clp(l l)  

|| line A4 B4 agedays, sort clcolor(green red) clp(l l)  

legend( pos(5) ring(0) col(1) lab(1 "Jan 05") lab(2 "June 05") );

 

Many thanks in advance.

Amani

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