Hi everybody,

I am new in this network. I am new with Stata. I am using the 15.1 and trying to plot marginal effects... I have almost all done but... I have the problem you can see in the graph. The Y axis is to narrow... How can I change in order my Y axis uses all the complete space in the line? and How can I do in order that the X scale is in the Xline and not out of the graph (see it bellow)... These are the codes I am using:

graph twoway line conbx MVZ, clpattern(solid) clwidth(thin) clcolor(black)

|| line top MVZ, clpattern(dash) clwidth(thin) clcolor(black)

|| line bottom MVZ, clpattern(dash) clwidth(thin) clcolor(black)

|| line topb MVZ, clpattern(dash) clwidth(thin) clcolor(blue)

|| line bottomb MVZ, clpattern(dash) clwidth(thin) clcolor(blue)

|| line topc MVZ, clpattern(dash) clwidth(thin) clcolor(green)

|| line bottomc MVZ, clpattern(dash) clwidth(thin) clcolor(green)

|| ,

xlabel(0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 4.5 5, nogrid labsize(2))

ylabel(-1.5 -1 -0.5 0 0.5 1 1.5 2.5 3, nogrid labsize(2))

yscale(line)

xscale(noline)

legend(col(1) order(1 3 4 6) label(1 "Marginal Effect of Fiscal Multiplier") label(3 "95% Confidence Interval") label(4 "90% Confidence Interval") label(6 "99% Confidence Interval"))

yline(0, lcolor(black))

title("Marginal Effect of Fiscal Multiplier in an Open Economy", size(4))

subtitle(" " "Dependent Variable: Real GDP Growth Rate" " ", size(3))

xtitle(Openness level, size(3) )

xsca(titlegap(2))

ysca(titlegap(2))

ytitle("Fiscal Multiplier", size(3))

scheme(s2mono) graphregion(fcolor(white));

And this is the graph I obtain... I have changed the Y scale but it always put the numbers in the same little space...:

I am new in this network. I am new with Stata. I am using the 15.1 and trying to plot marginal effects... I have almost all done but... I have the problem you can see in the graph. The Y axis is to narrow... How can I change in order my Y axis uses all the complete space in the line? and How can I do in order that the X scale is in the Xline and not out of the graph (see it bellow)... These are the codes I am using:

graph twoway line conbx MVZ, clpattern(solid) clwidth(thin) clcolor(black)

|| line top MVZ, clpattern(dash) clwidth(thin) clcolor(black)

|| line bottom MVZ, clpattern(dash) clwidth(thin) clcolor(black)

|| line topb MVZ, clpattern(dash) clwidth(thin) clcolor(blue)

|| line bottomb MVZ, clpattern(dash) clwidth(thin) clcolor(blue)

|| line topc MVZ, clpattern(dash) clwidth(thin) clcolor(green)

|| line bottomc MVZ, clpattern(dash) clwidth(thin) clcolor(green)

|| ,

xlabel(0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 4.5 5, nogrid labsize(2))

ylabel(-1.5 -1 -0.5 0 0.5 1 1.5 2.5 3, nogrid labsize(2))

yscale(line)

xscale(noline)

legend(col(1) order(1 3 4 6) label(1 "Marginal Effect of Fiscal Multiplier") label(3 "95% Confidence Interval") label(4 "90% Confidence Interval") label(6 "99% Confidence Interval"))

yline(0, lcolor(black))

title("Marginal Effect of Fiscal Multiplier in an Open Economy", size(4))

subtitle(" " "Dependent Variable: Real GDP Growth Rate" " ", size(3))

xtitle(Openness level, size(3) )

xsca(titlegap(2))

ysca(titlegap(2))

ytitle("Fiscal Multiplier", size(3))

scheme(s2mono) graphregion(fcolor(white));

And this is the graph I obtain... I have changed the Y scale but it always put the numbers in the same little space...:

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