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st:how to really combine two 3-dimensional graphs (using one x,y,z axis system)


From   Amanda Fu <mandy.fu1@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st:how to really combine two 3-dimensional graphs (using one x,y,z axis system)
Date   Thu, 6 Jan 2011 09:49:47 -0500

Hello all,

I created two 3-dimensional graphs using -surface- for two groups. I
aim to do now is to put the two  in one graph.  I tried -gr combine-,
but the output is simply put the two graphs side by side. What I want
to get is in one graph, the two groups 3-D graph of both the groups
are drawn (they share one x-axis, one y-axis, and one z-axis). I also
tried -gr combine, xcommon  ycommon-. The results are the same. And gr
combine does not allow the option of  -zcommon- .

Is there someone who could give me some suggestions on this? Thank you!

Sincerely,
Amanda
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