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help for ^cpyxplot6^
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Scatter plots for each y vs each x variable
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^cpyxplot6^ yvarlist \ xvarlist [weight] [^if^ exp] [^in^ range]
[ ^,^ graph_options ^text^size^(^#^)^ ]
Description
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^cpyxplot6^ produces an array of scatter or twoway plots for yvarlist
versus xvarlist. There is one plot for each y variable from yvarlist and
each x variable from xvarlist. The name ^cpyxplot6^ is derived from
Cartesian product of y and x. ^cp^ may also be interpreted as `cross
pairs'. The backslash ^\^ must be used to separate the yvarlist and the
xvarlist.
A neat arrangement of the individual graphs is produced if the
number of y variables is equal to the number of x variables, or the
number of y variables is 1, or the number of x variables is 1.
^cpyxplot6^ is the original version for Stata 6, renamed but otherwise
frozen as is, on 21 November 2004. Users of Stata 8 upwards should use
^cpyxplot^ instead.
Options
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graph_options are options allowed with ^graph, twoway^ or ^graph using^.
Note that
1. ^margin( )^, ^saving( )^ and ^title( )^ apply to the combined
graph.
2. all other options, including ^b1( )^, refer to all the individual
graphs.
^textsize(^#^)^ temporarily sets textsize to #% of the default.
Examples
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. ^cpyxplot6 y1 y2 y3 \ x1 x2 x3^
. ^cpyxplot6 srunoff \ srain17 srain23 srain60^
Author
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Nicholas J. Cox, University of Durham, U.K.
n.j.cox@@durham.ac.uk
Acknowledgements
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Rory Wolfe suggested the original problem.
Phil Ender alerted me to a bug.
Also see
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On-line: help for @graph@
Manual: [R] graph