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RE: st: RE: Bar graph (percentages stack) with 2 binary variables

From   "Nick Cox" <>
To   <>
Subject   RE: st: RE: Bar graph (percentages stack) with 2 binary variables
Date   Thu, 10 Apr 2008 17:37:32 +0100

I don't understand your data structure. It sounds from your description 
as if you have data on several people, each of whom has a gender when in France 
and a gender when in Germany. That does not sound likely. 

Please indicate your data structure with a (small) sample from your data or similar
to your data. 

Also, I can not comment on code that you do not show! 


Jöerg Eulenberger

Thanks for the Tip, but i can´t plot the Bar that i want.
I have two variables. Variable 1 is Gender in Germany (1= man, 0=woman). Variable 2 is Gender in France (1= man, 0=woman).
I want an bar graph were the first bar is Germany an the second bar is France. The Bar should be stacked up to 100%(sample size) and show the allocation of Sample. (red=man (45%), blue=woman(55%)).

Nick Cox schrieb:

> -catplot- from SSC can calculate percents and stack. 

Jöerg Eulenberger

> I search an plot typ like "profileplot"* *only for stacked Bar charts. I have two binary variables with values 0 and 1. I want a Graph with two bars(one for each variables) and each  bar with the option: percentages stack.  

*   For searches and help try:

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