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Re: st: Re: using by with graph


From   Inés Rodríguez <irodriguez@udesa.edu.ar>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Re: using by with graph
Date   Thu, 13 Dec 2007 10:46:37 -0300 (ART)

by is an option for graph twoway

Ines

> All,
>
> Sorry if this question is too simple, but here goes:
>
> I have a panel dataset. I want to create simple graphs for each unit
> (called countrygroup) across time. Initially I tried -
>
> by countrygroup: scatter data301 time
>
> But Stata tells me by does not work with scatter. I then tried
>
> scatter data301 time, by countrygroup
>
> This works but Stata puts all the graphs on one page. There are over 100
> of
> them so they are too small to be useful. Is there anyway I can see each
> graph on its own page? Or save them individually. Is there a command for
> this. I know I could use the if function but this seems time consuming.
>
> P.S (I am using Stata version 8.2)
>
> Thanks
>
> Daniel Wilde
>
>
> --On 12 December 2007 15:53 -0200 José Maria Pacheco de Souza
> <jmpsouza@usp.br> wrote:
>
>> It is always a pleasure to read any explanation given by Bill Gould.
>> José Maria
>> Jose Maria Pacheco de Souza, Professor Titular (aposentado)
>> Departamento de Epidemiologia/Faculdade de Saude Publica, USP
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>> ----- Original Message ----- From: "William Gould, StataCorp LP"
>> <wgould@stata.com>
>> Subject: Re: st: Stata stops recognizing basic commands
>>
>>
>>> Jo La Frite <jo_la_frite@yahoo.com> writes,
>>>
>>>> I am having a strange problem with Stata (Stata/SE 9.0 for Windows, I
>>>> have
>>>
>>
>>> Jo has already gotten lots of good advice from the list.  Some of that
>>> advice, however, as been of the form of "do this and hope" and then
>>> gone on to mention how serious the problem might be.  Jo, I fear, may
>>> be more nervous than ever.
>>>
>>> Here's my advice:
>>>
>>>     1.  From what Jo says, it appears that somehow Stata's official
>>>         ado-files got erased or that Jo or some system administrator
>>>         made some change in Stata's parameters so that Stata can no
>>>         longer find its official ado-files.
>>> Good luck.  I've gone through this from start to finish just to prove
>>> to
>>> you,
>>> Jo, that no matter what happens, we have a plan on how to deal with it.
>>>
>>> I work for StataCorp so now I am required to add, since you are running
>>> Stata
>>> 9, that now might be a good time to consider upgrading to Stata 10, Jo.
>>>
>>>
>>> -- Bill
>>> wgould@stata.com
>>>
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