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Re: st: combining graphs & legends


From   Nick Cox <njcoxstata@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: combining graphs & legends
Date   Sun, 16 Oct 2011 10:33:26 +0100

I am not quite sure what your problem is, but -grc1leg- like any
program just does what it does. It is not an all-purpose program to
fix what wasn't fixed earlier. If you want different graphs to have
the same axis range, ensure that before combining.

Nick

On Sun, Oct 16, 2011 at 9:49 AM, Lars Folkestad
<lfolkestad@health.sdu.dk> wrote:
> Problem with grc1leg is that it makes a combines The graphs but leaves all y-axis with ranges.
>
> Is there a grc1leg with equal range?

 Den 16/10/2011 kl. 10.28 skrev "Nick Cox" <njcoxstata@gmail.com>:

>> Try
>>
>> grc1leg from http://www.stata.com/users/vwiggins
>>    grc1leg.  Combine graphs into one graph with a common legend. / Program by
>>    Vince Wiggins, StataCorp <vwiggins@stata.com>. / Statalist distribution,
>>    16 June 2003. / Exactly like -graph combine- but shows a single common
>>    legend for all / combined graphs. / Distribution-Date: 02jun2010
>>
>> Start with
>>
>> . findit grc1leg
>>
>> Nick
>>
>> On Sun, Oct 16, 2011 at 7:55 AM, Richard Hiscock
>> <rhiscock@netspace.net.au> wrote:
>>> Hello,
>>>
>>> I am trying to combine two two-way graphs (see attached code)
>>> where both y & x axes are of the same scale & a legend details
>>> the meaning of the plots.
>>> I have tried attempted to use graph combine command however it
>>> doesn't appear to have a legend option and if I attempt to
>>> combine one graph with & one without the legend no legend
>>> appears in the combined graph. I can combine two graphs both
>>> with a legend but this should not be required as they are the
>>> same. I have attempted to use either the note or caption
>>> option to generate a legend however keyboard symbols do not
>>> replicate the linepatternstyles that I have used or are
>>> likely to use.
>>> Any guidance would be much appreciated.
>>> thanks
>>> Richard Hiscock
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> **ANTERIOR
>>>
>>> twoway  (scatter t_mean gest_w if plac_postfund ==0,///
>>>                ylabel(0(10)60) scheme(lean2)) ///
>>>                (lfit llc5a gest_w,lpattern(dot)) ///
>>>                (lfit ulc5a gest_w, lpattern(dot)) ///
>>>                (lfit llc95a gest_w, lpattern(dot)) ///
>>>                (lfit ulc95a gest_w,lpattern(dot))  ///
>>>                (lfit c95a gest_w,lpattern(shortdash_dot)) ///
>>>                (lfit c5a gest_w, lpattern(shortdash_dot)) ///
>>>                (lfit xba gest_w, lpattern(longdash_dot)) , ///
>>>                l2title("Placental thickness (mm)") xtitle("")  ///
>>>                b2title("Gestation (weeks)") ///
>>>                title("") ///
>>>                name(antall)
>>>
>>> **POSTERIOR
>>>
>>> twoway  (scatter t_mean gest_w if plac_postfund ==1,///
>>>                 ylabel(0(10)60) scheme(lean2)) ///
>>>                (lfit llc5p gest_w,lpattern(dot)) ///
>>>                (lfit ulc5p gest_w, lpattern(dot)) ///
>>>                (lfit llc95p gest_w, lpattern(dot)) ///
>>>                (lfit ulc95p gest_w,lpattern(dot))  ///
>>>                (lfit c95p gest_w,lpattern(shortdash_dot)) ///
>>>                (lfit c5p gest_w, lpattern(shortdash_dot)) ///
>>>                (lfit xbp gest_w, lpattern(longdash_dot)) , ///
>>>                l2title("Placental thickness (mm)") xtitle("") ///
>>>                b2title("Gestation (weeks)") ///
>>>                title("") ///
>>>                legend(label(1 "measured thickness") label(2 "") ///
>>>                label(3 "") label(4 "") label(5  "95% Confidence Limit") ///
>>>                label(6 "90% Reference Interval") label(7 "") //
>>>                label(8  "Predicted Mean") order(1 8 6 5)) ///
>>>                name(postall)
>>>
>>>
>>> graph combine antall.gph postall.gph,   iscale(0.8) ///
>>>                ycommon xcommon ///
>>>                note(o measured thickness   --.--  Predicted mean  ///
>>>                 -.-.-.-  95th centile  95%CI for centile )
>>>

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