1. You need to specify that the range() option is for the second

yaxis: -yscale(range(0) axis(2)) -

2. Use -scatter- with the -mlabel()- option.

For example:

sysuse auto,clear

collapse mpg trunk, by(rep)

twoway bar mpg rep, yaxis(1) yscale(range(0) axis(1)) ///

|| line trunk rep , sort yaxis(2) yscale(range(0) axis(2)) ///

|| scatter mpg rep, mlabel(mpg) mlabpos(12) m(none) yaxis(1) ///

|| scatter trunk rep ,mlabel(trunk) mlabpos(3) m(none) yaxis(2) ///

|| ,legend(order(1 3))

Scott

On Mon, Dec 8, 2008 at 1:45 PM, René Geppert

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> Hi, I am using Stata/SE 10 for Windows.

>

> I generated a graph using the following (simplified) code:

>

> . twoway (bar var1 Quarter, yaxis(1) yscale(range(0))) (line var2 Quarter,

> yaxis(2) )

>

> I do so in order to obtain two y-axes (left and right hand side) with a

> different scale. To format the graph properly I experienced two problems:

> a) Both axes start at their minimum values, which I can fix for the left

> hand side y-axis using yscale(range(0)), which does not work for the right

> hand side y-axis for some reason. Why is that and how can I achieve the same

> effect there?

> b) var 1 and var 2 have 6 observations (at each instance of Quarter). How

> can I get a label at each instance in the graph for the line and bar plot,

> respectively? That is, show the observation values for example inside each

> bar and above the line. The blabel option which one can usually use in a bar

> graph does not work in the twoway bar version.

>

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