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Obsidian | Level 7

Asking for a co-worker (no, really I am!) Smiley Wink so I don't have specific code (I'm not on his project...)

 

He is making a swimlane plot with subject ID on the y-axis and timepoint on the x-axis.  There are only a few subjects, so the bars are "thick" to fill up some space.

 

On these bars he is placing 2 symbols--X and a square--representing events that are not necessarily related, using scatterplot.  However, we have subjects for whom these 2 events happened at the same timepoint:

 

barchart.jpg

 

Subject #2 shows how these symbols actually print--the two of them overlay each other.  However, the client wants it displayed like subject #1, with the symbols stacked. 

 

 

Any ideas?

 

 

Many thanks!

VCM

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Jay54
Meteorite | Level 14

Try using the JITTER option on the SCATTER statement.

Ksharp
Super User
data x;
 x='x';y=1;a=1.2;b=1.2;
 run;
 
 proc sgplot data=x;
 vbarparm category=x response=y  ;
 scatter x=x y=a/ discreteoffset=-0.4 markerattrs=(symbol=X size=14);
 scatter x=x y=b/ discreteoffset=0.4 markerattrs=(symbol=square size=14);
 run;

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