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st: RE: Turning Graph Legend Off

From   "Steichen, Thomas J." <>
To   <>
Subject   st: RE: Turning Graph Legend Off
Date   Mon, 22 Aug 2005 09:26:53 -0400

Kevan Polkinghorne writes (in part):

> I have been producing Bland and Altman graphs using the 
> nice concord program written by Thomas J. Steichen and 
> Nicholas J. Cox. My problem relates not really to the 
> program but the graph produced. The default is that the 
> legend is on for the Bland and Altman graph. 
> I would like to turn it off but for some reason stata 
> it not responding to the graph option legend(off). I do 
> not get error messages. I have tried moving the commond 
> option around, either makes no difference or 
> I get a error  message as it is in wrong place. Makes no 
> difference with version 8 or 9. 

I would like to claim that this is a feature rather than a bug but...

Since the "default" legend is a real mess, the concord code 
creates its own legend.  Due to programmer error (i.e., my error), 
the macro for this homemade legend was placed after the standard 
"options" macro, therefore disallowing an override by the user.

I've edited the code and will send it directly to you, Kevan, 
for testing.  Meanwhile, Nick and I will do some testing of our 
own and decide how to publish the fix.

Thanks for bringing this to our attention.

Tom Steichen

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