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# RE: st: RE: How to stack bars?

 From Nick Cox <[email protected]> To "'[email protected]'" <[email protected]> Subject RE: st: RE: How to stack bars? Date Thu, 15 Mar 2012 14:02:32 +0000

```Good. It's tacit in my proposal that VAR1 and VAR2 are both >= 0.

Nick
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Sent: 15 March 2012 13:59
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Subject: Re: st: RE: How to stack bars?

Thank you! It works!

Am 15.03.2012 12:52, schrieb Nick Cox:
> You can't stack this way, but you can simulate stacking.
>
> If you define
>
> clonevar total = VAR2
> replace total = VAR1 + VAR2
>
> you can then superimpose the bars for -VAR1- on top of those for -total-.
>
> twoway (bar total period, yaxis(2)) (bar VAR1 period, yaxis(2))
> (scatter VAR3 period) (scatter VAR4 period), by(VAR5 VAR6)
>
> Warning: not tested.
>
> Defining -total- as VAR2 in the first instance with -clonevar- ensures that it inherits any variable label for VAR2, which can help in graph legends.
>
> Alternative: Look at -rbar-.
>
> Nick
> [email protected]
>
> [email protected]
>
> How can I stack the bars (VAR1 and VAR2) in the following command?
>
> . twoway (bar VAR1 period, yaxis(2)) (bar VAR2 period, yaxis(2))
> (scatter VAR3 period) (scatter VAR4 period), by(VAR5 VAR6)
>
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