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Re: st: Labelling the legend removes the legend count in spmap


From   Scott Merryman <scott.merryman@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Labelling the legend removes the legend count in spmap
Date   Mon, 21 Dec 2009 14:56:19 -0600

On Mon, Dec 21, 2009 at 2:37 PM, Alex Olssen <Alex.Olssen@motu.org.nz> wrote:
> Thanks Scott,
>
> I had kind of guessed at this.  The count of polygons is exactly what I want - as each polygon represent a very small but complete geographical unit.
>
> I am now wondering whether Stata stores the count number a scalar somewhere?  I have run several graphs and it would be far more efficient if I could make reference to a stored scalar in my code for the legend label as opposed to manually adding the count number to each label separately.
>
-spamp- does hold the counts in temporary matrix (`CLASS'), but I
believe you would have to rewrite how it labels the legend to work
with customized legend labels and the legend count.

What I have done in past is something like:

count if ratio >1 & ratio != . & xcoor != .
	local count6 = r(N)
count if ratio >.75 & ratio <=1  & xcoor != .
	local count5 = r(N)
count if ratio >.5 & ratio <=.75 & xcoor != .
	local count4 = r(N)
count if ratio >.25 & ratio <=.5 & xcoor != .
	local count3 = r(N)
count if ratio >0 & ratio <=.25 & xcoor != .
	local count2 = r(N)
count if ratio ==. & xcoor != .
	local count1 = r(N)
	
spmap ratio using "G:\data\us maps\usmap.dta", id(id)
clmethod(custom) clbreak(0 .25 .5 .75 1 10)  ///
	legend(label(6 "Greater than 1 (`count6') ")) ///
	legend(label(5 "0.75 to 1.00   (`count5') ")) ///
	legend(label(4 "0.50 to 0.75   (`count4') ")) ///
	legend(label(3 "0.25 to 0.50   (`count3') ")) ///
	legend(label(2 "0.00 to 0.25   (`count2') ")) ///
	legend(label(1 "No Data        (`count1') ")) ///
...

Scott

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