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st: RE: graph matrix
> I do have a panel dataset in wide form. The data looks like this:
> PNr MarkOut T1 T2 T3
> 1 . 0.12 0.13 0.12
> 2 . 0.15 0.15 0.22
> 3 1 0.11 0.12 0.15
> 4 . 0.21 0.17 0.12
> There are several thousand individuals (PNr) and a small subgroup of
> them (MarkOut==1) is of special interest.
> Is it possible to produce a scatterplot matrix (graph matrix) for
> variables T1, T2, and T3 where individuals with MarkOut==. and
> MarkOut==1 have markers with different colors (option mcolor)?
I don't know a way of doing this easily. A Stata Tip on
classifying data points on scatter plots in press in Stata Journal
5(4) 2005 offers one work-around.
graph matrix T1 T2 T3, ms(none) mlabel(MarkOut) mlabpos(0)
> Furthermore, I do not know how to control the look of a
> single axis in a
> scatter plot matrix. When I replicate the Stata manual's example ([G],
> p. 120), I receive error r(198) [invalid syntax]:
> . sysuse auto
> . graph matrix mpg weight displ, yaxis(0(5)40, axis(1))
> option yaxis() not allowed
> invalid syntax
This is a typo in the manual. The option should be
The typo also occurs (together with another) in the on-line help.
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