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st: Fw: Unable to combine graphs using -grc1leg-

Subject   st: Fw: Unable to combine graphs using -grc1leg-
Date   Thu, 28 Feb 2013 12:36:52 +0000


I am trying to use -grc1leg- to combine two graphs produced using 
-marginsplot-, but I am getting odd behaviour.  Please not that -grc1leg- 
is a user written command available from

I produce the two plots using two separate -marginsplot- and save them. 
Firstly, I combined them using -graph combine-, which works fine.  I then 
try to use -grc1leg- but I get an error message (exact commands and error 
messages are below).  After I have unsuccessfully tried to use -grc1leg-, 
-graph combine- no longer works and I get a partial plot with an error 
message - the right plot is missing and the left plot has just the box.

Can anyone shed some light on what might be going on?

I am using Stata/SE 12.1 for Windows (32-bit), updated to 30 Jan 2013.  We 
are not yet able to install the 25Feb2013 update, but hope to have it 

Many thanks,


--------------------------- commands and error messages 

. graph combine "Charts\concentration_bthur_fitted_trend.gph" 

. grc1leg "Charts\concentration_bthur_fitted_trend.gph" 
class key not found
class key not found
class key not found
class key not found

. graph combine "Charts\concentration_bthur_fitted_trend.gph" 
series 0 not found


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