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Re: st: Beamplot, scale


From   Knag Anne-Christine <anne-christine.knag@imr.no>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   Re: st: Beamplot, scale
Date   Sun, 01 Jul 2007 11:27:25 +0200

Let me rephrase my question: Can one use xlabel in beamplot? Is it possible
to adjust scales? 

I have a beamplot where the scale runs from -1000 to 500 (syntax: beamplot
weight_loss, over(tank)  ytitle("") xtitle ("Somatic loss (g) ")  by(sex)

 I would like to have a scale from 0 to -800 and therefore tried the
following:
beamplot weight_loss, over(tank)  ytitle("") xtitle ("Somatic loss (g) ")
xlabel(0 (100) -800)) by(sex)

The error meassage says
 ) is not a twoway plot type
r(198);

AC



On 6/30/07 11:05 PM, "Svend Juul" <SJ@SOCI.AU.DK> wrote:

> Anne-Christine wrote:
>  
> I have a simple question about beamplot. How can I adjust the xscale?
> I have tried the following syntax (but ut is not working..) :
>  
> beamplot weight_loss, over(tank)  ytitle("") xtitle ("Somatic loss (g) ")
> xlabel(0 (100) -800)) by(sex)
>  
> --------------------------------------------------
>  
> If you don't indicate which expectations the command does not fulfill,
> how could somebody else suggest anything useful?
>  
> Do you get an error message? Show us the message.
> Does the graph look wrong? Tell us in which way.
>  
> Svend
> 
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