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"Vladimir Vakhitov" <vvakhitov@gmail.com> |

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statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu |

Subject |
Re: st: special character question |

Date |
Mon, 31 Mar 2008 20:20:15 -0400 |

Well, I looked for mlabel_options in the help, and it looks like if you really want temperature to be shown on your graph, you need to create another variable "templbl", which is string and a concatenation of char(176) (or cahr(186)) and the value of temp: tostring temp, gen(templbl) replace templbl=templbl+char(176)+"C" And then put this into your command as mlabel(templbl). Good luck! Vladimir. 2008/3/31, Chris Witte <eljefespeaks@yahoo.com>: > Anyone know if this is possible? Thanks for the additional idea Vladimir. > > > ----- Original Message ---- > From: Vladimir Vakhitov <vvakhitov@gmail.com> > To: statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu > > Sent: Sunday, March 30, 2008 10:16:08 PM > Subject: Re: st: special character question > > You may try to assign a variable label by -label var - command. There > must be a way to get the variable label rather than the name onto the > graph. > V. > > > 2008/3/30, Chris Witte <eljefespeaks@yahoo.com>: > > forgive me if I'm making a rookie error, but I can't get these local macros to work in the "mlabel" option of a twoway connected graph. The manual states the correct syntax is: mlabel(varlist). How do I include the macro into the varlist? Below is part of my graph code, where "temp" is my variable noting the temperature value to be used as my marker label: > > > > (connected mmtl time if study=="one" & sex=="f" & trt==1, lcolor(blue) lpattern("_####") lwidth(thick) msymbol(point) mcolor(gs0) mlabel(temp) mlabsize(large) mlabcolor(gs0)) > > > > > > > > > > > > ----- Original Message ---- > > From: Vladimir Vakhitov <vvakhitov@gmail.com> > > To: statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu > > Sent: Sunday, March 30, 2008 9:41:37 PM > > Subject: Re: st: special character question > > > > Chris, > > > > Try this: > > > > local gr=char(176) > > local t=2000 > > di as err "Core meltdown temperature is `t' `gr'C !!!" > > > > I think you will get the required symbol by "C" and the idea in general. > > > > > The first 256 symbols values of the -char- function are revealed through: > > > > forvalues i=0/255 { > > local s=char(`i') > > di "`i' `s'" > > } > > > > > There is an access to ASCII symbols from Stata. The issue here is that > > the symbol you need is in the upper part of the table (128 to 255), > > which is subject to change depending on the language settings of the > > OS locale and Results window. For example, in my case this is > > Cyrillic. If yours is Western (which is default), you may try 186 > > instead of 176 in my first example. Symbol 186 looks nicer, but it may > > change if you convert you picture into wmf rather than png or jpg and > > later re-open on a system with different language settings. Symbol 176 > > is smaller, but it is stable across different languages. > > > > Vladimir. > > > > > > > > 2008/3/30, Chris Witte <eljefespeaks@yahoo.com>: > > > I've searched the statalist archives, and found information as to how to insert special characters into a title, legend, ect., but I would like to know if it is possible to insert special characters into the "mlabel' option in a twoway connected graph? The variable I am using represents a temperature, and I would like to tag on a degree symbol with "C" to be displayed on the graph as XX degrees Celsius (instead of just XX). Is this possible, or is there another way to get around this....like creating a new variable that has these extra characters added onto the end of the numerical value, and using that variable in the mlabel option? > > > > > > I am using version 9.2 in Windows > > > > > > Thanks, > > > Chris > > > > > > > > > ____________________________________________________________________________________ > > > You rock. 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