I can't find a way to format frequency values in proc gchart. I made the following example with automatic midpoint values 10000, 20000 etc, and I want the values formatted with commax12.0, so the values are shown as 10.000, 20.000 etc. Any help would be much appreciated.
* Make some test data; data have (drop=i);; do afd = 'Adf1','Afd2','Afd3','Afd4'; do j = 1 to ranuni(3)*50000; output; end; end; run; * Plot afd / frequency; proc gchart data=have; hbar afd / type=freq; run; quit;
Proc sgplot seems a good alternative to gchart, but it would be rather complicated to change to a new procedure with a different syntax in several reports, where most of the formatting and layout control is in macro variables.
So I am very happy that it could be done with a minor change to Proc gchart.
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