The following program creates the data labels separate from the graph and places them on the right hand-side. is there any option to put the data labels right on top of each bar (and the ends of each bar for the confidence limits)?
Thanks a lot in advance!
proc sgplot data=rr_blunt_penetrating_01;
hbarparm category=Site response=Log_RR/ limitlower=Log_LCL
Sorry for the late response, just got back from a quick break!
I already tried the DATALABELPOS=data option but it did not work for me. It simply places the labels on the right hand-side of the figure:
Below is the sample data and the SGPLOT code.
Thanks a lot again!
input hospital $ RR LCL UCL;
Hosp1 1.00424 0.82114 1.22818
Hosp2 0.8101 0.6657 0.98582
Hosp3 0.90292 0.68763 1.1856
Hosp4 1.06134 0.82583 1.36402
Hosp5 0.79188 0.56884 1.10237
Hosp6 0.85667 0.74326 0.98739
Pooled 0.89249 0.81989 0.97151
ods graphics on;
ods html style=statistical;
proc sgplot data=relative_risks;
hbarparm category=hospital response=RR/ limitlower=LCL
ods graphics off;
ods html close;
Given your use case, you could drop the DATALABEL option and overlay a TEXT plot on top of the HBARPARM. Use the same variables you used for the HBARPARM to place the text values. Use the POSITION option on the TEXt statement to adjust the text position around the data points.
Hope this helps!
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