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st: RE: Overlaying Scatter Plots
Can you reproduce this with an available data set?
Are your -scatter- statements on two different lines? As you have it written
the second graph will overwrite the first graph.
Perhaps it should be something like this:
sysuse auto, clear
scatter mpg gear if foreign == 0, mcolor(red) || ///
scatter mpg gear if foreign == 1, mcolor(blue)
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> OK...It might be simple, but it's driving me nuts!
> I have a simple set of data
> id residue x y
> and I want to do a scatter plot, where I am overlaying each scatter
> plot as in:
> scatter y x if residue == "A", msize(vtiny) mcolor(red) ||
> scatter y x if residue == "T", msize(vtiny) mcolor(blue)
> If I do a "help scatter", it seems to indicate that these will
> overlay each other.
> But in my case, I'm getting 2-separate graphs, one next to each other.
> What am I missing?
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