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st: stacked and grouped bar charts


From   "Alison K. Levin-Rector" <aklr@u.washington.edu>
To   "statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu" <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: stacked and grouped bar charts
Date   Tue, 9 Mar 2010 08:58:45 -0800

I'd like to produce a bar graph that is grouped over sex and age and also stacked (avoidable vs unavoidable proportion of death rate). Is there any way to assign different color schemes to the bars for males and females in this graph?  Right now, all of the bars have the same color scheme (green for unavoidable and blue for avoidable deaths), but I would like those to differ by the first over() group. Any advice is greatly appreciated!

Code:
graph bar unavoidable arod_all if agecat>=40 & agecat<=65, ///
     over(sex,gap(5) label(angle(45)) ) over(agecat) graphregion(fcolor(white)) stack ///
     legend(label(1 "Avoidable") label(2 "Unavoidable") pos(10) ring(0) col(1) size(small) symxsize(5)) ///
     bar(1, color(green)) bar(2, color(ebblue)) ///
     text(-.075 50 "Age")


Thank you,

Alison Levin-Rector
Post-Bachelor Fellow
Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation
aklr@u.washington.edu


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