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Pyrite | Level 9

As the title suggests, I want the text of the y-axis to wrap around. It's currently named based off the label given in the dataset. When I run PROC SGPLOT on all BMI groups, there isn't an issue. But with PROC SGPANEL, the label isn't being wrapped. How can I fix this?

proc sgpanel data = work;
 panelby BMIGRP / layout = panel columns = 3 spacing = 10 novarname;
 scatter x = INF y = ADJDV / group = BMIGRP;
 refline 0.5 1 1.5 / axis = x lineattrs = (pattern = dash);
 keylegend / title = "BMI Group" noborder;
Super User

Can you provide more details , maybe as an image, of what you mean by "wrap around Y-axis".

The only thing I think of with that phrase doesn't make any sense so obviously I am missing something.


Better would be to actually provide example data in the form of a data step OR use your Sgpanel code with one of the SAS supplied data sets.


The ROWAXIS statement normally is where to start with Y axis appearance in Sgpanel.

Barite | Level 11

Hi @mariko5797,


You can use the ROWAXIS statement and the LABEL option to explicitly create your own Y-Axis label. You can also use the SPLITCHAR option if you want to have your axis label go on multiple lines.


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