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BrianMc
Obsidian | Level 7

My version is SAS 9.3. I am trying to figure out how to reorder the subgroups of this barchart. I am using legend overlaying a scatterplot with markers. The red segment needs to be moved to the furthest left with dark red, orange and yellow (up against the zero axis). My code is below the image.

 

 

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ods graphics / reset width=8in height=3in imagename='Wfall_GTL'; 
proc template; 

define statgraph StackedClusterBarStat; 
 begingraph /
 designheight = 750 designwidth = 1000 border = false 
	backgroundcolor=white drawspace=datavalue 
	pad=0%;
      entrytitle textattrs=(color=black style=italic size=16pt) "Example"; 
          discreteattrmap name='fillcolors'/ ignorecase=true trimleading=true;
		        value "Paydown" / fillattrs=(color=red);
				value "EPayoff" / fillattrs=(color=darkred);
				value "NPayoff" / fillattrs=(color=orange);
				value "COff" / fillattrs=(color=yellow);
                value "New" / fillattrs=(color=forestgreen);
				value "Advance" / fillattrs=(color=limegreen);
				
		   enddiscreteattrmap;	
			    discreteattrvar attrvar=categoryfill var=type attrmap='fillcolors';
           discreteattrvar attrvar=categoryfill var=type attrmap='fillcolors';
                    legendItem type=fill name="A" /
        			fillattrs=(color=red) outlineattrs=(color=red)
        			label="A" ;
                    legendItem type=fill name="B" /
                    fillattrs=(color=darkred) outlineattrs=(color=darkred)
        			label="B" ;
      				legendItem type=fill name="C" /
                    fillattrs=(color=orange) outlineattrs=(color=orange)
        			label="C" ;

					legendItem type=fill name="D" /
        			fillattrs=(color=yellow) outlineattrs=(color=yellow)
        			label="D" ;
				    legendItem type=fill name="E" /
        			fillattrs=(color=forestgreen) outlineattrs=(color=forestgreen)
        			label="E" ;
      				legendItem type=fill name="F" /
        			fillattrs=(color=limegreen) outlineattrs=(color=limegreen)
        			label="F" ;

					
        layout overlay / xaxisopts=(display=(ticks tickvalues) tickvalueattrs=(size=12 color=black weight=bold)) 
                     yaxisopts=(griddisplay=on /*offsetmin=0 offsetmax=.1*/ display=(ticks tickvalues) 
                     tickvalueattrs=(Color=black Size=12 Style=Italic Weight=Bold)
                     linearopts= (viewmax=900 viewmin=-900  
                     tickvaluesequence=(start=-900 end=900 increment=200))); 

            barchart x=month y=balance2 / orient=horizontal group=categoryfill groupdisplay=stack 
                     barwidth=.4 barlabel=true /*primary=true*/ yaxis=y 
                     barlabelattrs=(size=14 weight=bold color=black) barlabelformat=dollarc. 
                     stat=sum dataskin=gloss name='fillcolors' ; 
            scatterplot x=balance2 y=month / /*markercharacter=balance2 
						markercharacterattrs=(size=12 color=white weight=bold)*/ 
				        group=categoryfill yaxis=y groupdisplay=overlay grouporder=ascending
						markerattrs=(symbol=squarefilled)
                        datalabel=balance2 datalabelposition=auto 
						DATALABELATTRS=(Color=white Size=12 Style=Italic Weight=Bold); 
		    discretelegend "A" "B" "C" "D" "E" "F" / valueattrs=(size=12 color=black)
                               autoitemsize=true location=outside halign=center valign=bottom border=false;

   endlayout; 
endgraph; 
end; 
run; 
/*--Render the graph--*/ 
proc sgrender data=temp_merge template=StackedClusterBarStat; 
format balance2 dollarc.; run;


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Rick_SAS
SAS Super FREQ

Usually I sort the data in the order that I want the categories to appear, and then use GROUPORDER=DATA on the BARCHART statement (or any other statement that supports it).

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Rick_SAS
SAS Super FREQ

Usually I sort the data in the order that I want the categories to appear, and then use GROUPORDER=DATA on the BARCHART statement (or any other statement that supports it).

BrianMc
Obsidian | Level 7

Thank you. I sorted the data the way I want to see it in the code. I took your suggestion and added grouporder=data in the barchart. Grouporder=data is already in the scatterplot code. The markers (from scatterplot) did not shift. They remain the same as illustrated below. Essentially, I would like the markers to sync up with the segments of the bar as midpoints in the barchart subgroups.

BrianMc
Obsidian | Level 7

I made some adjustments and it works for the most part. Thank you

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