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st: RE: axis(1) and axis(2) scales in graphs

From   "Nick Cox" <[email protected]>
To   <[email protected]>
Subject   st: RE: axis(1) and axis(2) scales in graphs
Date   Tue, 26 Jan 2010 11:37:59 -0000

I am not completely clear what the problem is, but it seems that just
dividing one series by some constant might be simpler for you. 

Is either series ever negative? 

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Leandro Brufman

I am doing a -graph twoway line- with depicting two series over time
with different axis
- graph twoway (line serieA time, yaxis(1)) (line serieB time, yaxis(2))

I would like to have both axis(1) and axis(2) with the same "zero
level".  That is, I would like both axis to be zero at the exact same
point in the graph.
I am repeating this graph for many samples, so fiddling with -range
suboptions- is not very helpful.

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