I'm trying to create a graph comparing the trends in disease occurrence in two populations, but the populations are different sizes so I need to plot different Y axis scales for the two panels. I've tried using the UNISCALE=COLUMN statement but the scales didn't change. Here is my code:
proc sgpanel data=timedata;
panelby idu / uniscale=column;
styleattrs datacontrastcolors=(blue red green brown) datalinepatterns=(solid);
series x=year y=count1 / group=disease lineattrs=(thickness=2) legendlabel="Disease";
series x=year y=count2 / group=disease lineattrs=(thickness=2) legendlabel="Disease";
refline 2015.75 / axis=x label=("ICD-10-CM Transition");
I've attached the graph this code generates. To clarify my code, count1 is the count up until the marked line and count2 is the count since the marked line, since I needed to plot two separate values on the vertical line.
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