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My goal is a panel plot with distinct y-axis scaling for each panel.


-I can do this with LAYOUT LATTICE and a macro to create each panel, but this seems inefficient.

-I can create a LAYOUT DATAPANEL with one column and several rows, then COLUMNDATARANGE=, but this is unwieldy for the viewer with more than three panels.


Can I create this plot in conjunction with LAYOUT DATAPANEL?

Is there a non-GTL solution?


Thanks in advance!

Super User

Not much detail, such as just how many panels you envision or what goes in them, i.e number of variables or type of plots.


There is an example program in the example for LAYOUT DATAPANEL that has 3 rows of graphs with 4 in each row and each row has a separate y-axis scale by using the ROWDATARANGE=UNION


Proc SGPANEL might work. Set the Panel BY to have a single column and then set UNISCALE=Column. Then each row has it's own y-axis scale.



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