Using Sgplot is it possible to have different setting for the outline of markers than the fill of markers? Also how does one control the line thickness of markers? For instance using a circle with blue circle outline and pale blue inside with pale blue transparency set to 50% and circle thickness set to 5 pixels. This would be used in a scatterplot if that matters.
Second question, is there any issue with using both an x and y error bar simultaneously on a scatterplot.
This will get you started
proc sgplot data=sashelp.class; scatter x=age y=weight / filledoutlinedmarkers transparency=.5 markerfillattrs=(color=lightblue) markeroutlineattrs=(color=darkblue thickness=2) markerattrs=(symbol=circlefilled size=25px ); run;
I changed the size to 25px instead of 5. You can change it according to your needs
Thank you, that answers the question and the setup for the markers. For some reason I could not find the markeroutlineattrs and markerfillattrs in the documentation.
Perhaps I did not know where to look.
I assume that I can use those in an attribute table so that I can create different attributes for different groups. I plan on making several figures using grouping.
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