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From |
"Hiroshi Maeda" <hmaeda1@uic.edu> |

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statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu |

Subject |
st: grc1leg and ysize(#) & xsize(#) options |

Date |
Wed, 17 Aug 2005 23:53:00 -0500 (CDT) |

Dear Stata users, I've just learned about -grc1leg- through exchanges among list members yesterday and now have a question of my own (I am using Stata9 in a Win-XP PC). It seems to me that -graph combine- respects ysize(#) & xsize(#) options documented in Graphics Manual (p. 82) but -grc1leg- doesn't. Below is a mock graphics session I concocted for an illustration purpose. ===== Start of my demonstration ===== version 9 #delimit; clear; set obs 5; gen YEAR=.; replace YEAR=1890 in 1; replace YEAR=1900 in 2; replace YEAR=1910 in 3; replace YEAR=1920 in 4; replace YEAR=1930 in 5; gen CDR_01=.; replace CDR_01=23681 in 1; replace CDR_01=18316 in 2; replace CDR_01=15269 in 3; replace CDR_01=11494 in 4; replace CDR_01=7812 in 5; gen CDR_02=.; replace CDR_02=2029 in 1; replace CDR_02=1435 in 2; replace CDR_02=1081 in 3; replace CDR_02=779 in 4; replace CDR_02=401 in 5; set scheme s2mono; graph twoway (line CDR_01 YEAR) (line CDR_02 YEAR), legend(label(1 "CDR_01") label(2 "CDR_02")) saving(GRAPH_01, replace); graph twoway (line CDR_01 YEAR) (line CDR_02 YEAR), legend(label(1 "CDR_01") label(2 "CDR_02")) saving(GRAPH_02, replace); graph twoway (line CDR_01 YEAR) (line CDR_02 YEAR), legend(label(1 "CDR_01") label(2 "CDR_02")) saving(GRAPH_03, replace); graph twoway (line CDR_01 YEAR) (line CDR_02 YEAR), legend(label(1 "CDR_01") label(2 "CDR_02")) saving(GRAPH_04, replace); graph combine GRAPH_01.gph GRAPH_02.gph GRAPH_03.gph GRAPH_04.gph, ysize(5.25) xsize(9.0) saving(GRAPH_05, replace); grc1leg GRAPH_01.gph GRAPH_02.gph GRAPH_03.gph GRAPH_04.gph, legendfrom(GRAPH_04.gph) ysize(5.25) xsize(9.0) saving(GRAPH_06, replace); ===== End of my demonstration ===== When I use -graph combine-, I get a combined graph in the size I desire (GRAPH_05). But when I combine the same set of graphs using -grc1leg-, I get a smaller graph (GRAPH_06). One can see the difference between those two graphs when one prints them from Stata or a word processing program. Is this because -grc1leg- was written for Stata8 and it's not fully compatible with Stata9? Is there any way to make -grc1leg- respect ysize(#) & xsize(#) options? I find -grc1leg- very attractive and would not like to give up on it just yet. Thank you. ---Hiroshi --------------------------------- Hiroshi Maeda University of Illinois at Chicago * * For searches and help try: * http://www.stata.com/support/faqs/res/findit.html * http://www.stata.com/support/statalist/faq * http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/stata/

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