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Re: st: Grid lines on top of shaded time series graph


From   Nick Cox <njcoxstata@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Grid lines on top of shaded time series graph
Date   Mon, 31 Oct 2011 08:34:53 +0000

Your calls to -twoway function- can also specify a -lcolor()- to give
sharper definition to the periods of recession.

Nick

2011/10/30 Jorge Eduardo Pérez Pérez <perez.jorge@ur.edu.co>:

> I have been creating time series graphs for several countries with
> recession shading, following the code on the user written command
> -nbercycles- by Christopher Baum.
>
> Following a example from -nbercycles-
>
> ssc install freduse, replace
> freduse MPRIME, clear
> gen ym = mofd(daten)
> tsset ym, monthly
> twoway function y=20.705,range(119 130) recast(area) color(gs15)
> base(4.7025) || ///
> function y=20.705,range(166 182) recast(area) color(gs15) base(4.7025) || ///
> function y=20.705,range(240 246) recast(area) color(gs15) base(4.7025) || ///
> function y=20.705,range(258 274) recast(area) color(gs15) base(4.7025) || ///
> tsline MPRIME if tin(1970m1,1990m1), xlabel(,format(%tm))
> legend(order(5 1 "Recession")) tlabel(,grid)
>
> I would like the horizontal and vertical grid lines on the graph to be
> on top of the shading. Does anyone know how to do this?

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