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RE: st: Catplot and labsize of categorical labels

From   Nick Cox <>
To   "''" <>
Subject   RE: st: Catplot and labsize of categorical labels
Date   Mon, 20 Sep 2010 13:16:01 +0100

Thanks to Scott for fielding this question on -catplot-. 

catplot rep78 fore, var2opts(label(labsize(*1.5))) var1opts(label(labsize(*.5)))

is another way to get the graph in his example. 


Scott Merryman

Like this?

. sysuse auto,clear
(1978 Automobile Data)

. catplot rep78, over(fore, label(labsize(*1.5))) var1opts(label(labsize(*.5)))

Thomas Speidel
> I am using the user written command catplot (N.J. Cox) which I understand is
> also a wrapper for graph bar.  I was looking for a way to modify the label
> size of the categorical labels, just like ylabel(, labsize(vsmall)) does for
> the y axis.  I understand in graph bar one would normally use the over
> suboption:
> over(something, labsize(vsmall)), but how about catplot, is it possible?

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