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Re: st: hbar graph & colour


From   Sergiy Radyakin <serjradyakin@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: hbar graph & colour
Date   Sat, 19 Feb 2011 22:37:46 -0500

Dear Maria,

see if this works for you:

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clear

input country gdp gdpblue gdpred gdpgreen
1	100	100	.	.
2	110	.	.	110
3	240	.	240	.
4	50	50	.	.
5	10	10	.	.
end

graph hbar gdpred gdpgreen gdpblue, over(country, sort(gdp)
descending) nofill ///
  legend(label(1 "Best") label(2 "2nd best") label(3 "rest") rows(1)) ///
  bar(1, color(cranberry)) bar(2, color(dkgreen)) bar(3, color(dknavy))

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Best,
  Sergiy Radyakin





On Sat, Feb 19, 2011 at 8:57 PM, María Edo <mariaedo@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I need to construct a horizontal bar graph using three colours: two
> different colours to highlight two particular bars (say, red and
> green) and one colour for the rest of the bars (say, blue).
>
> So far, I have managed to get two colours in the graph by using the
> -over- option:
>
> input country   gdp   flag1 flag2
> 1  100    0       0
> 2  110    0       1
> 3  240    1       0
> 4  50     0       0
> 5  10     0       0
> end
> graph hbar  gdp, asyvars over(flag1) over(country, sort( gdp)
> descending) bar(1, color(blue)) bar(2, color(red)) stack
>
> To get the graph I need, country "2" should appear in green.
>
> I am sure there is a trivial way of achieving this, but I haven't been
> able to find it.
> Many thanks,
>
> Maria
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