I have something like attached. Is there a way to change the y axis to % while keeping the annotated actual count above the bars? (i.e. change response to pct but the 56.5, 62.8 etc above the bars?)
I think you need to pre-summarize the data so that the input data contains a Count for each category. Then you can use STAT=PCT to set the Y axis and use DATALABEL=Count to specify the bar labels:
/* create bar chart of counts by age */ proc means data=sashelp.class; class age; var height; output out=ClassSummary N=Count; run; proc sgplot data=ClassSummary; vbar age / freq=Count stat=pct datalabel=Count; run;
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