There is no concrete code to comment on here.
I did this:
. sysuse auto, clear
(1978 Automobile Data)
. collapse mpg, by(rep78)
. l
+-----------------+
| rep78 mpg |
|-----------------|
1. | 1 21 |
2. | 2 19.125 |
3. | 3 19.4333 |
4. | 4 21.6667 |
5. | 5 27.3636 |
|-----------------|
6. | . 21.4 |
+-----------------+
. twoway bar mpg rep78, yaxis(1 2) yla(18(2)28, axis(2))
|| line mpg rep78, yla(20 30, axis(1))
and the line plot is on top of the bar plot, and I have
two separate axes. Does that help?
Nick
n.j.cox@durham.ac.uk
Peter Uhrmacher
> it seems that I am unable to solve a rather simple problem...
> but I hope
> you can. What I would like to have is a "graph twoway" with a
> line plot
> and a bar plot. the line plot is supposed to use yaxis1, the
> bar plot is
> supposed to use yaxis2. at the same time, the bar plot is supposed to
> appear in the background (so that the lines appear on top of it).
> however, whatever I try it seems that the plots that use yaxis2 are
> always put on top of the others that use yaxis1... (which in my case
> means that the line plot is hidden behind the bars). Is there a
> solution? I'm sure there is.
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