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Re: st: dynamic graphs


From   Nick Cox <njcoxstata@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: dynamic graphs
Date   Mon, 1 Oct 2012 17:41:08 +0100

You are looping over groups, producing a graph for each group. If you
put the } before the -graph export-, you will export just one graph.
But you don't want to do that. Therefore the } goes at the end.

Another way to see this is that

graph export "D:\data\g_`i'.wmf", replace

has a name modified by a local macro from the loop, so it belongs in the loop.

On Mon, Oct 1, 2012 at 5:34 PM, Rodrigo Briceño <rjbriceno@gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks Nick for your help. In your recommendation the second } where
> it needs to be located?
>
> after restore? or after graph export?
>
> foreach i in 8 225 29 220 18 251 222 221 224 24 276{
>
> preserve
> keep if isin == `i'
> #delimit ;
>
> twoway (line sfid sem, clpattern(dash))
> (line liq_an sem', yaxis(2)),
> ytitle(SFID como % emision, size(medsmall) color(blue) margin(small) axis(1))
> ytitle(LIQ_ANUAL, size(medsmall) color(blue) margin(small) axis(2))
> ylabel(#10, labsize(medsmall)) xtitle(SEMANA, size(medsmall)
> color(blue) margin(small))
>
> xlabel(#15, labsize(medsmall)) title(`b`i'', size(medsmall));
> #delimit cr
>
> restore}
>
> graph export "D:\data\g_`i'.wmf", replace
>
> Thanks
>
> 2012/9/29 Nick Cox <njcoxstata@gmail.com>:
>> Try changing
>>
>> #delimit ;
>>
>> twoway (line sfid sem if isin==`i', clpattern(dash))
>> (line liq_an sem if isin==`i', yaxis(2)),
>> ytitle(SFID como % emision, size(medsmall) color(blue) margin(small) axis(1))
>> ytitle(LIQ_ANUAL, size(medsmall) color(blue) margin(small) axis(2))
>> ylabel(#10, labsize(medsmall)) xtitle(SEMANA, size(medsmall)
>> color(blue) margin(small))
>>
>> xlabel(#15, labsize(medsmall)) title(`b`i'', size(medsmall));
>> #delimit cr
>>
>> to
>>
>> preserve
>> keep if isin == `i'
>> #delimit ;
>>
>> twoway (line sfid sem, clpattern(dash))
>> (line liq_an sem', yaxis(2)),
>> ytitle(SFID como % emision, size(medsmall) color(blue) margin(small) axis(1))
>> ytitle(LIQ_ANUAL, size(medsmall) color(blue) margin(small) axis(2))
>> ylabel(#10, labsize(medsmall)) xtitle(SEMANA, size(medsmall)
>> color(blue) margin(small))
>>
>> xlabel(#15, labsize(medsmall)) title(`b`i'', size(medsmall));
>> #delimit cr
>>
>> restore
>>
>>
>> On Fri, Sep 28, 2012 at 7:19 PM, Rodrigo Briceño <rjbriceno@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Dear Stata List Experts. I wrote a code to be able to run a set of 11
>>> graphs (liq_an on the Y axis, SFID on the second Y axis, weeks on the
>>> X axis). The code works perfectly, however there is one small issue
>>> that I would like to improve (I'm using Stata 11.2). When I run the
>>> graphs, all of them have the same axis range (starting from week 1 and
>>> finishing on week 260; note: week in my code is represented by SEM).
>>> Is there a way that I can modify, maybe with the definition of a
>>> local, the range to show on each graph? (Please note that my dates are
>>> in the format day/month/year).
>>>
>>> More specifically: starting and ending weeks for each one of my graphs are:
>>>
>>> isin8    1 1242
>>> isin18  1 685
>>> isin24  1 554
>>> isin29  185 1181
>>> isin220  487 1242
>>> isin221 589 1242
>>> isin222 589 1242
>>> isin224 1 1242
>>> isin225 1 1242
>>> isin251 1 596
>>> isin276 718 1242
>>>
>>> MY CODE:
>>>
>>> gen liq_an=(liq/100)*52
>>> label var liq_an "Liquidez Anual"
>>>
>>> local b8 "BCCR c'$'a10 7/2/2002 a 7/2/2012"
>>> local b18 "BCCR bem 30/9/2004 a 30/9/2009"
>>> local b24 "BCCR bem 25/3/2006 a 25/3/2009"
>>> local b29 "BCCR bem 28/9/2006 a 28/9/2011"
>>> local b220 "FPTG bpgc$ 18/9/2008 a 18/12/2017"
>>> local b221 "FPTG bpgd$ 18/9/2008 a 18/12/2019"
>>> local b222 "FPTG bpge$ 17/9/2008 a 17/6/2022"
>>> local b224 "FTCB bft13 9/9/2004 a 9/9/2013"
>>> local b225 "FTCB bft15 21/6/2005 a 21/12/2015"
>>> local b251 "G tp$ 27/5/2004 a 27/5/2009"
>>> local b276 "ICE bic1$ 17/11/2009 a 17/11/2021"
>>>
>>> foreach i in 8 225 29 220 18 251 222 221 224 24 276{
>>>
>>> #delimit ;
>>>
>>> twoway (line sfid sem if isin==`i', clpattern(dash))
>>> (line liq_an sem if isin==`i', yaxis(2)),
>>> ytitle(SFID como % emision, size(medsmall) color(blue) margin(small) axis(1))
>>> ytitle(LIQ_ANUAL, size(medsmall) color(blue) margin(small) axis(2))
>>> ylabel(#10, labsize(medsmall)) xtitle(SEMANA, size(medsmall)
>>> color(blue) margin(small))
>>>
>>> xlabel(#15, labsize(medsmall)) title(`b`i'', size(medsmall));
>>> #delimit cr
>>>
>>> graph export "D:\data\g_`i'.wmf", replace
>>> }

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