So, I am trying to analyze ordinal data for a virus study, wheat streak mosaic virus (WSMV). The ordinal severity scores ranged from 1 (no viral symptoms) to 5 (severe chlorosis/death). Two cultivars/varieties were inoculated with three MSMV isolates. The following SAS code was used:
Proc Logistic descending data = DAL4 Plots = All;
Class GH Rep Cultivar Inoculum PR;
Model ViralScore = Cultivar | Inoculum / rsquare CLodds = PL;
oddsratio Inoculum / at (Cultivar = All);
There are some cool ODS graphs in the output that I would like to include in a report. However, the fonts are too small. Is there a way that I can change the font sizes and re-position the legends on the graphs?
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Yes. Here are two of the many resources on the web.
This section talks about fonts.
Thanks for the links. I will use those to learn a little bit more. I usually get these graphics in my proc glimmix, mixed and glm's LASSO and such. Knowing how to edit those and make them a little bit more presentable would be awesome.
This worked for what I needed to achieve. Although I could not change the fonts for both axes individually this approach was pretty good. I have always appreciated SAS for its versatility as a statistical tool. Not so much for auto-generated graphics resolution. I presume studio generates better graphics/figures?
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