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Re: st: How to -graph export- without displaying the graph?

From   Friedrich Huebler <>
Subject   Re: st: How to -graph export- without displaying the graph?
Date   Mon, 16 Apr 2012 12:03:59 -0400

Adding -quietly- still draws the graph.

The -nodraw- option won't work for Robert. From -help nodraw_option-:

"Graphs drawn with nodraw may not be printed or exported, though they
may be saved."


On Mon, Apr 16, 2012 at 10:28 AM, Jakob Petersen <> wrote:
> Robert,
> You could use the nodraw option when creating the graphs.
> Jakob
> On 16/04/2012 15:11, Steve Nakoneshny wrote:
>> Hi Robert,
>> This is just a stab in the dark, but couldn't you prefix your -graph-
>> command with -quietly- to visually suppress the output?
>> Steve
>> Sent via carrier pigeon
>> On Apr 16, 2012, at 4:35 AM, "Grant,
>> Robert"<>  wrote:
>>> Hi Statalisters
>>> I am producing a large sequence of graphs within a loop, each of which I
>>> want to export as a standard image format like .tif ; for this application I
>>> am not interested in the .gph file.
>>> Is there any way of getting the .tif files without having to display each
>>> graph in turn (which slows things down)? It seems that -graph export- needs
>>> the image to be displayed.
>>> PS credit where credit is due: this question was previously posted
>>> ( by Daniel
>>> Egan
>>> Robert Grant

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