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st: RE: Shifting graph axis

From   "Nick Cox" <>
To   <>
Subject   st: RE: Shifting graph axis
Date   Thu, 22 Jul 2010 17:34:44 +0100

Try -plotregion(margin(zero))-. 


Bert Jung

I am looking for a way to shift the x-axis to be plotted at a
particular y-value.  I would like to shift everything, labels,
markers, xtitle etc instead of adding a simple -yline()-.  In the
below example, how can I shift the x-axis to intersect where y=0?  How
does this work in a case with two y-axis?

sysuse auto, clear
twoway scatter mpg weight, yscale( range( 0(10)40 ) ) ylabel( 0(10)40 )

twoway ( scatter mpg weight ) ( scatter length weight, yaxis(2) ),
yscale( range(0(10)40) axis(1) )  ylabel( 0(10)40 , axis(1) )  yscale(
range(0(50)250) axis(2) )  ylabel( 0(50)250 , axis(2) )

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