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st: RE: graph plot region size control

From   "Nick Cox" <>
To   <>
Subject   st: RE: graph plot region size control
Date   Mon, 5 Nov 2007 20:52:58 -0000

As the old joke has it, "Don't do that, then!" 

Seriously, let -graph- do the hard work for you. Go 
back to the data and let the division into two graphs 
be represented by a variable which you use in a -by()- option. 


Laura Gibbons

I have a similar problem to the one below:

On Wed, 10 Dec 2003 12:14:29 +0100 Ulrich Kohler <>
> I have two graphs, produced with -graph hbar- and want to combine
> them underneath each other in one single graph.
> What I want to have is [to have the y axes line up visually]
> However, since the labels of the second graph are much shorter than
> those of the first, I end up with a picture like this:
>                  +-----------------------------------+
>          Romania |###################                |
>   United Kingdom |##                                 |
>                  +-----------------------------------+
>            +-----------------------------------------+
>         EU |##                                       |
>         CC |#######                                  |
>            +-----------------------------------------+
> Unfortunately I couldn't found a way to control the starting
> of the numerical y-axis in the graph-region
I agree.  I have reported this problem to Statacorp.  The plotting
region is determined by the shape and size of labels in the surrounding
graph region.  Just fixing the format of labels does not correct this,
since the label mechanism determines the length according to the value
and then draws it left-justified.

--(rest of post deleted)--

I, too, had tried reformatting the labels, without success.
I tried setting the same aspect in the graphs, and same xsize and ysize,

but the plot regions still varied in size.

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