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st: truncating graph range


From   Timothy Dang <tpondang@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: truncating graph range
Date   Sat, 29 Oct 2005 13:20:41 -0700

Hello-

I'm making a lot of (line) plots in Stata, and mostly it's working
great, but I've hit a snag. For a few of my data sets, there are some
data points which are extraordinarily high. With the automatically
scaled axis ranges, these points are visible, but all the detail of
the rest of the data is shrunk to invisibility.

So, I want to:
(a) enforce a maximum for the axis, hopefully showing the lines going
up towards some point not shown on the plot, and
(b) add some text describing what happens at those points (I can do
this outside Stata if needed).

Hopefully this is straightforward and I've just missed something.
Thanks for any pointers.

-Timothy

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Timothy O'Neill Dang / Cretog8
520-884-7261
One monkey don't stop no show.

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