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Re: st: Problems with -triplot-

From   Friedrich Huebler <>
Subject   Re: st: Problems with -triplot-
Date   Fri, 6 Feb 2009 00:05:48 -0500

To clarify my question, I would like to have separate lines, one line
for each country.


On Thu, Feb 5, 2009 at 4:54 PM, Friedrich Huebler <> wrote:
> Nick Cox recently announced an updated version of his -triplot-
> package, available from SSC. I encountered some problems with the
> program.
> I am trying to generate a graph similar to Figure 15 in Cox (2004),
> but with data from two countries. I would like to connect the data
> points for each country but when I draw the graph with the options
> c(l) and separate(country), only the points from the first country are
> connected. Is it possible to connect the points from the second
> country, too? Can the appearance of the markers for the second country
> be changed? Options like mcolor() only affect the markers for the
> first country.
> There is also a problem with the legend. At the default position below
> the graph, the legend partly covers the label for the lower side of
> the triangle.
> Friedrich
> Reference: Cox, Nicholas J. 2004. Speaking Stata: Graphing categorical
> and compositional data. Stata Journal 4, no. 2: 190-215.
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