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st: Re: How do I bring the fitted line upfront in graph


From   Amy Hsin <hsin.amy@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: Re: How do I bring the fitted line upfront in graph
Date   Thu, 3 Jan 2013 23:36:45 +0100

> I am trying to graph the following in Stata.  The problem that I am
> encountering is that the shaded area associated with the CI of
> "whites" overlaps with the fitted line of "Asians" and therefore parts
> of the fitted line is obstructed.  How do I make it so that this does
> not happen? I would like both the fitted lines in the foreground and
> the shaded areas to be in the background.
>
> I have tried reversing the order in which the lines are inputted but
> that creates even greater problems because the CI for Asians is so
> large that the line for Whites would not be visible.
>
> twoway (fpfitci c_lag_rability wave if asian [aw=weight], clcolor(red)
> clstyle(foreground)) ///
>     (fpfitci c_lag_rability wave if !asian [aw=weight], clcolor(blue)
> clstyle(foreground))
>
> Thanks in advance.
>
> Amy
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