Monday, March 20, 2006
st: How can I change the way Stata clusters the yvars in a bar graph?
I am trying to make a bar graph that contains several y variables grouped over 1 categorical variable that has 2 levels (0, 1). Stata automatically groups all the yvars together for each level of the categorical variable, e.g.,
Cat1: yvar1 yvar2 yvar3 yvar4 Cat2: yvar1 yvar2 yvar3 yvar4
I would like to rearrange the bars into 4 clusters - 1 cluster for each yvar containing both levels of the cat var. e.g.,
yvar1:cat1cat2 yvar2:cat1cat2 yvar3:cat1cat2 yvar4:cat1cat2
I can do this easily in SPSS ("clustered bar graph") but haven't been able to find a way to do it with Stata. I think what I need to do is something like the 'ascategory' option only instead of treating the yvars as the first over group I need them to be the second over group. Is this possible??
Any help is much appreciated!! Deb
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