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RE: st: RE: graph bar labels
Obviously you are a discriminating person
you knows exactly what you want from Stata.
Sooner or later you will have to become
I am not quite clear how your percents
are to be calculated, over all the values
or within each group.
Here is one way for the first case. You know that there are
69 values for which -foreign- and -rep78-
are not missing. You ask for a -catplot-
showing frequency. But you fix the y axis
so that it shows percent. A tool for
doing this is -mylabels- from SSC.
. mylabels 0(10)40, myscale(@ * .69) local(la)
0 "0" 6.9 "10" 13.8 "20" 20.7 "30" 27.6 "40"
. catplot bar rep78 foreign, blabel(bar, position(outside)) yla(`la') ytitle(percent)
So, for example, the label "40" appears at
where 27.6 would be shown on the frequency
scale, because 40% of 69 is 27.6.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Ricardo
> Sent: 10 November 2005 18:08
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: st: RE: graph bar labels
> Not exactly, Nick. I basicaly plooting one variable
> (percetage) over -rep78-, but will like the total
> number of observations that when into calculating each
> percentage on top of each bar.
> Thank you,
> --- Nick Cox <email@example.com> wrote:
> > There may be an official Stata solution, but what
> > I would recommend is that you try -catplot- from
> > SSC.
> > -catplot- appeared early in the life of Stata 8
> > given
> > the discovery that -graph bar- is not that good at
> > counting.
> > . catplot bar rep78 foreign, blabel(bar,
> > position(outside))
> > Is that what you want?
> > Nick
> > firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Ricardo Ovaldia
> > > I will like to place the number of observation on
> > top
> > > of each bar. For example, using the auto data:
> > > . sysuse auto, clear
> > > . collapse (mean) foreign (count)
> > > total=foreign,by(rep78)
> > > . graph bar foreign, over( rep78)
> > >
> > > What I want is the number in the variable -total-
> > on
> > > top of the corresonding graph. I have not been
> > able
> > > to do this and -blabel()- does not help.
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> Ricardo Ovaldia, MS
> Oklahoma City, OK
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