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Stata 8 Graphics

Stata 8 has a whole new look for the graphs it produces (click on any graph for a larger image):

g_fig1

Here are some more examples (click on any graph for a larger image):

markerlabel3 scatterlog scatterwgt line1 line4 tworarea twobar twobar4 twospike twodropline hist1 hist2 tworspike tworcap twoarea twofunc twofunc2 texttop1 matrix1 matrix2 matrix3 matrix4 combine3 combine2 combine4 combine5 plotop3 grbar1 grbar1lab grbar2 grbar3 grbar5b grbar7 grbartall grblab1 grdottall grdottall2 grdotby grbox1 grbox2 grboxby ww

You can produce graphs using Stata's new GUI, or you can produce them using Stata's command language.

The overall look of graphs is determined by their scheme. The graphs above we have shown using Stata's default scheme. For instance, we might start with this

g_line

and then, just by changing the scheme, produce this:

g_linee g_linee

The above left graphic was produced using the economist scheme, which has a look similar to that used by The Economist magazine. The settings for specific attributes can also be adjusted for a more customized look, as in the graph on the right.

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