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RE: st: RE: RE: Graph dot labels

From   "Nick Cox" <>
To   <>
Subject   RE: st: RE: RE: Graph dot labels
Date   Tue, 1 Jun 2010 20:24:58 +0100

Quite so. 

Try using (asis) explicitly in the command then. (-graph dot- defaults
to means; if your values are unique then it still flags means in the


Fred Wolfe

Nick: The variable have labels, but in the graph command they are
displayed as "mean of ...", as in "mean of opioid" instead of "Opioid
use", which is what I put in by hand.

On Tue, Jun 1, 2010 at 1:40 PM, Nick Cox <> wrote:

> Shouldn't these labels be variable labels in this case? In that case a
> do file before the -graph- command will define them.

Martin Weiss

> Needless to ask, you know about the "recorder" and -play()- option for
> the
> graph editor?

Fred Wolfe

> I have made a graph using this command:
> graph dot age - all ,ascat ylab(.5 [.1] 1) exclude0 schem(bw)
> ytit(Concordance coefficient) xsize(4) ysize(5.3)
> I then go in to the graph editor and edit "individual ticks and
> labels," making my own labels. There are 35 labels. Later I discovered
> I needed to add another variable to the graph. But when I do that I
> lose all of the labels, and I have to start over with them by hand.
> Does anyone know a way by which I can either "save" the labels I have
> created or add them during the graph command?

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