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st: comparing yearly surveys (graphs)

From   Lucie Vlach <[email protected]>
To   "[email protected]" <[email protected]>
Subject   st: comparing yearly surveys (graphs)
Date   Mon, 24 Jan 2011 12:06:58 -0700

Hello knowledgeable people!

I need to visually compare survey results that will be done each year. (Virtually all same questions each year).
I have unique IDs for each respondent, and I created a variable for the year as “survey_yr” and use 2010, 2009 etc..
Is there a nice graph that would show each question comparing by the years?

"our_ID","survey_yr","q1position", etc.....
"25","2010","1","8","4","2","6","0", etc...

I tried this:

catplot  “myvariable1”, percent by (survey_yr) ysize(3) ytitle (Title of the chart) blabel (bar, format (%4.1f))

This works well, but it’s side by side. Is there anything that would do either frequencies of the categorical data or percentages that will show the bars overlapping or showing clearly the differences between years?
I am not very good at Stata, so I am looking for something easy for Stata-dummies.
Thank you very much!

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