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DavidPhillips2
Rhodochrosite | Level 12

Is there a way to remove the tick marks from a gchart?  I disabled the raxis and expected it to go away.

axis1 label=none value=none;

  axis2 label=none;

  axis3 label=none;

  legend1 label=none;

  title1 &admissionGraphsBaseText;

  title2 "Incoming Class";

  title3 "by Residency";

  proc gchart data=residencyOutput;                                                                                                      

     hbar residency_desc /                                                                                                      

       sumvar=enrolled

       legend=legend1 outside=sum sumlabel=''

       maxis=axis1

   gaxis=axis3

       raxis=none

   subgroup=residency_desc

   group= ACADEMIC_PERIOD_DESC

   noframe

   discrete;

   format enrolled percent8.1;

  run;                                                                                                                                   

  quit;

bottom axis.png

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ballardw
Super User

Data helps to duplicate/test what you are doing.

Did you try another axis definition with major=none minor=none

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ballardw
Super User

Data helps to duplicate/test what you are doing.

Did you try another axis definition with major=none minor=none

DavidPhillips2
Rhodochrosite | Level 12

Ballwardw, thanks that solved it.

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