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st: RE: Hbar bar color problem

From   "Nick Cox" <[email protected]>
To   <[email protected]>
Subject   st: RE: Hbar bar color problem
Date   Sat, 15 Jan 2005 17:15:22 -0000

-hbar- is a user-written program last 
revised by its author in 1999, a long 
time ago in Stata terms. 

-graph hbar- is an official Stata command, 
and is much better for almost all purposes, 
given that you have Stata 8. 

However, -hbar- used the standard -graph- (<= 7) 
-pen()- option to control colours. This is 
explained in the help for -hbar-. Hence this is entirely 
a matter of using a call to -graph7-. I 
think you will have to experiment to get 
the colours you want, or else find an old 
Stata manual, as they are not listed at 
-help gr7color-. 

[email protected] 

Skip Payne
> I am using hbar to create a graph, but the colors come out 
> yellow and red, I want green and red.  I have attached a copy 
> of the code for version 7 that was given to me (I use version 8).
> Copy of Version 7 code:
> #delimit ;
> hbar green red, shad(44) leg(cat) xline(0) bord 
> rleg(dz)xlab(-8 0 6) xtick(-6 -4 -2 2 4) barfrac(.9) rlpos(31750)
> title(" decrease z-score increase ")
> t1("Weekly Disease Data for the Seneca County General Health 
> District") t2("As of: `ETAD'");
> #delimit cr

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