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Ulrich Kohler <[email protected]> |

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Re: st: RE: graph hbar and (xy)common |

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Fri, 12 Dec 2003 09:09:37 +0100 |

Thank you Nick, Vince, and Allan for answering my question. Following a suggestion from Nick, I found a solution with -twoway bar- which was good enough for me, albeit not what I have initially intended. twoway /// (bar hsatcc cnew, horizontal base(`min') blcolor(black) bfcolor(white)) /// (bar hsateu cnew, horizontal base(`min') blcolor(black) bfcolor(black)) /// (dot hsatagg cnew, horizontal base(`min')), /// legend(off) /// yline(29, lstyle(foreground)) /// ylab(1(1)28 30(1)33, valuelabel angle(horizontal) axis(1)) /// xtitle("") ytitle("") /// ysize(7) xlab(#5, grid) exit That is, I designed a categorical variable (cnew) to order the countries along the vertical axis. I left one category empty in this cnew which gives me space between the dot-plot part and the bar-blot part, In this space I ploted a line in the foreground. I did not follow Vince's suggestion. The graphs has to be inserted into a Word document which has to be sent to a third party who is going to make a internet page from it. Visually alinging the plot regions seems to be not robust enough for this purpose. many regards uli > > I have two graphs, produced with -graph hbar- and want to > > combine them > > underneath each other in one single graph. The first graph plots 28 > > country-means of a measurment, the second graph plots means > > of the same > > measurment for 4 groups of countries (i.e. European Union etc.) > > > > What I want to have is something like the following (Please > > use fixed-font): > > > > > > +-----------------------------------+ > > Romania |################### | > > Bulgaria|########## | > > > > : |######## | > > : |####### | > > : |#### | > > > > United Kingdom |## | > > +-----------------------------------+ > > +-----------------------------------+ > > EU |## | > > > > : |############### | > > > > CC |####### | > > +-----------------------------------+ > > > > However, since the labels of the second graph are much > > shorter than those of > > the first, I end up with a picture like this: > > > > +-----------------------------------+ > > Romania |################### | > > Bulgaria|########## | > > > > : |######## | > > : |####### | > > : |#### | > > > > United Kingdom |## | > > +-----------------------------------+ > > +-----------------------------------------+ > > EU |## | > > > > : |############### | > > > > CC |####### | > > +-----------------------------------------+ > > > > Unfortunately I couldn't found a way to control the > > starting coordinate of the > > numerical y-axis in the graph-region (an analogon to the > > cstart()-option in > > Nicks -hplot- for stata 7.). The xcommon-option of -graph > > combine- only > > scales the axis idenitically, but does not control the > > starting coordinate of > > the x-axis. > > > > Here is what I did so far: > > > > ------------------------------------------------------------ > > -----grhealts.do---- > > separate hsat, by(eu) > > > > graph hbar (asis) hsat0 hsat1 /// > > if eu < . , /// > > over(country, sort(hsat)) nofill legend(off) /// > > name(countries, replace) yalternate > > > > graph dot (asis) hsat /// > > if eu >= . , /// > > over(country, sort(country)) nofill legend(off) fysize(20) /// > > name(aggregates, replace) > > > > graph combine countries aggregates, xcommon rows(2) cols(1) > > imargin(0 0 0 0) > > ------------------------------------------------------------ > > ----------------------- > > > > I also tried to change the contents of the Country-Variable > > by putting blanks > > in front of "EU", that is: > > > > . replace country = " EU" if country == "EU" > > > > However this attempt wasn't successful as -graph- seems to > > treat those blanks a just one. > > * > * For searches and help try: > * http://www.stata.com/support/faqs/res/findit.html > * http://www.stata.com/support/statalist/faq > * http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/stata/ -- [email protected] +49 (030) 25491-361 * * For searches and help try: * http://www.stata.com/support/faqs/res/findit.html * http://www.stata.com/support/statalist/faq * http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/stata/

**References**:**st: RE: graph hbar and (xy)common***From:*"Nick Cox" <[email protected]>

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