Cross references to the Stata manual for learning more about the command (which is also hot linked to the online help for the command) Cross references to books that illustrate more about the command.
Stata 12 Graphics Manual (may want to start with graph intro) graph graph bar graph twoway graph twoway scatter graph twoway line graph twoway lfit graph twoway lfitci graphs commands may have options titles, legend, notes, axis labels, tick marks, axis titles size and shape of plot region and entire May 29, 2018 Forums for Discussing Stata; General; You are not logged in.
You can browse but not post. how to have gaps between the bars as it is the default with the graph bar command? 2) how to add data value labels above the bars as with the option blabel with the graph bar command? I am new to Stata and I will be grateful if someone can help me figuring out how to add additional labels in my bar chart. I have frequencies for 5 categories (let's say Apple, Orange, Banana, Gra Title stata.
com blabel option Option for labeling bars DescriptionQuick and examples Also see Description Option blabel() is for use with graph bar and graph hbar; see[G2 graph bar. It adds a Graphics: Combining Twoway Scatterplots Stata Learning Modules This module shows examples of combining twoway scatterplots. This is illustrated by showing the command and the resulting graph. We would like to show you a description here but the site wont allow us.
Specifically I'd like the new part of the label to disappear. Next to each line I'd like just the name of the company. Next to each line I'd like just the name of the company. I'm using the xtline command to generate the graph. Using Stata for Survey Data Analysis Minot Page 1 SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION TO TRAINING GUIDE Background This manual was prepared to be used as part of a oneweek training course.
Appendix C: MAKING BAR GRAPHS with ERROR BARS in STATA Graph of current smoking prevalence by race and grade Replace the file pathway (line 3) with the pathway to your HYS data 3 Stata Graphics. Stata has excellent graphic facilities, Stata labels the axes using the variable labels, if they are defined, or variable names if not.
Try s2color for screen graphs, s1manual for the style used in the Stata manuals, and economist for the style used in The Economist. Using the latter we obtain the graph shown at the