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SMcRitchie
Calcite | Level 5

I've created a heat map of fold changes in proc sgplot.   How do I increase the font size of the values on the axes?   I'd like to have a larger font size on the y axis than the x axis.

 

Thank you

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Rick_SAS
SAS Super FREQ

The attributes for the labels and tick values are specified on the YAXIS statement. For example:

 

yaxis labelattrs=(size=14) valueattrs=(size=12);

 

 

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GraphGuy
Meteorite | Level 14

Which proc are you using? Can you share the code?

SMcRitchie
Calcite | Level 5

I'm using proc sgplot.   Here's the code.  The y axis has 80 markers and the x axis has 92 subjects.  Thanks, Susan

 

 

ods graphics on /
width=38.0in

imagefmt=gif
imagemap=on
imagename="orig_heatmap"
noscale
border=off;


title "Heat Map of Fold Changes";
proc sgplot data=cytokine_name rattrmap=fcresp;
heatmap x=id y=cytokine_name/ discretex discretey
colorresponse=fc rattrid=id;
run;
title " ";

Rick_SAS
SAS Super FREQ

The attributes for the labels and tick values are specified on the YAXIS statement. For example:

 

yaxis labelattrs=(size=14) valueattrs=(size=12);

 

 

SMcRitchie
Calcite | Level 5

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