IMHO the graph you show is not conveying any usable information.
This will cause RGB color definitions to be stored in style files on disk (one file for each color), from where Stata will read the color definitions (if the graph system has already been loaded, that is, if you already produced a graph in the current session, you will need to clear the. Stata uses the colors in order of need, starting with p1 for plot area things like lines, bars and markers.
To see it in action set Pattern to Dash. . .
Code: twoway (tsline headline*, lcolor(red red red red red red red red red red red red red red red)) /// (tsline underlying*, lcolor(blue blue blue blue blue blue blue blue blue blue blue blue blue blue blue)), /// subtitle(,size(small)) tlabel(,format(%tCHH) labsize.
Option drop(_cons) has been added to exclude the constant of the model; option xline(0) has been added to draw a reference line at zero so one can better see which coefficients are significantly different from zero. . .
colorstyle sets the color and opacity of graph components such as lines, backgrounds, and bars. Jun 2, 2022 · Stata palettes.
The last option is just in case you wish to draw an invisible line for some reason or other.
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To make new colors available permanently, use the stylefiles() option.
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Dec 12, 2017 at 20:07. . de%2fStata%2fwstatgel. Asjad Naqvi is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Socioeconomics, Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU), and frequently writes about data visualization on his The Stata Guide on Medium blog. will contain the single colors one by one.
In scheme files, the rule-of-thumb is that 15 markers or lines or colors should be specified (also the Stata default).
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You really don't need to define a scheme to do this.
The colors are stored in a local which is later passed on to the spmap package.
We need to override this by assigning colors to p1lineplot, p2lineplot, etc.
(In the s2color scheme, we could omit p#lineplot because the scheme does not set plineplot; hence, the colors from p1, p2, etc.