I need to create a plot with MY2R values in the symbol center. But even I used DATALABELPOS=CENTER, all the data labels shift to right and not in the center. Could someone please help me with it? Thanks.
Here is my code:
PROC SGPLOT DATA = temp1 dattrmap=attrmap noborder;
Scatter Y=NAME X = MY2R/markerAttrs=(COLOR=purple size=6MM symbol=CIRCLEFILLED) datalabel=MY2R DATALABELATTRS=(size=9pt weight=bold COLOR=White) DATALABELPOS=CENTER transparency=0.1;
XAXIS DISPLAY=(NOTICKS) label=' ' labelattrs=(size=8pt color=Black) values=(60 to 100 by 20) valueattrs=(size=8pt Family=Arial color=black);
Following up on @Jay54, these steps illustrate a character variable (centered), a numeric variable (and hence leading blanks) (does not appear centered), and a numeric to character conversion and left justification before plotting (centered).
proc sgplot data=sashelp.class; scatter y=weight x=height / datalabel=name datalabelpos=center; quit; proc sgplot data=sashelp.class; scatter y=weight x=height / datalabel=age datalabelpos=center; quit; data class; set sashelp.class; age2 = cats(age); run; proc sgplot data=class; scatter y=weight x=height / datalabel=age2 datalabelpos=center; quit;
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