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Re: st: gra command

From   Anders Alexandersson <>
Subject   Re: st: gra command
Date   Tue, 25 Jun 2013 16:17:24 -0400

Change -gra- to -gr7- if you want to use the old Stata 7 graph command.
As I wrote, see .

For the other graph problems, I suggest you instead use the current
graph command.

Anders Alexandersson

On Tue, Jun 25, 2013 at 3:53 PM, Guelmbaye Ngarsandjé
<> wrote:
> Thanks Anders. I changed "gra" to "graph" and I got " petindex, s([year]) xlab ylab: class member function not found" message. To say it frankly, it's my first time using stata and I have stata12; therefore it's hard for me to know what has changed and from where. How about the other problems I long for answers?
> Cheers,
> Guelmbaye
> ----------------------------------------
>> Date: Tue, 25 Jun 2013 15:41:43 -0400
>> Subject: Re: st: gra command
>> From:
>> To:
>> The -gra- command is the Stata 7 (and older) graph command.
>> See
>> Anders Alexandersson
>> On Tue, Jun 25, 2013 at 3:28 PM, Guelmbaye Ngarsandjé
>> <> wrote:
>>> Dear stata users,
>>> I have been looking to check the strutural break in my data and found
>>> that cusum6 helps do it. However, the file I found has some commands
>>> that don’t work when I type them. For example using greenedat.dta from
>>> P.136 provided by the file is the command:
>>> “gra gpop petindex, s([year]) xlab ylab” which gives the following
>>> message : “Unrecognized command: gra”
>>> The support file can be found at:
>>> What am I doing wrong? In the mean time I want my X axis to be fully
>>> labelled by the periods but when trying to edit the cusum graphs I
>>> receive “This is not a “live” graph and therefore cannot be edited.”
>>> How to obtain my periods labelled at 45 degrees on the X axis?

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