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st: Forcing vertical axis label heights


From   "Steichen, Thomas J." <SteichT@rjrt.com>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: Forcing vertical axis label heights
Date   Mon, 21 May 2007 18:19:07 -0400

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In Stata 9.2 graphics, I am trying to draw a series of graphs that have value labels on the x-axis drawn in vertical orientation
[i.e., angle(90)].

By default, Stata chooses the vertical space needed for the labels based on the number of characters in the longest value label.
However, I am doing a series of graphs where the longest label is not always the same number of characters, therefore the length of
the label space and, correspondingly, the length of the y-axis, keeps changing (which looks quite ugly!).

Has anyone found a way to define the height of the textbox for the labels?

I tried using a height() option: 
   -xlabel(1(1)7, noticks valuelabel angle(90) height(5))-
But this gives an illegal option error.

Tom

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Thomas J. Steichen
steicht@rjrt.com
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