I'm using sgplot to plots bar graphs. I would like to add the number associated with each bar to be printed on each bar. When I use vbar statement, by the following options I can do so:
But when I use hbar statement the datalabel option doesn't work with either of datalabelfitpolicy=none or datalabelfitpolicy=rotate or without datalabelfitpolicy.
I will be thankful if anyone knows how I can activate datalabel option when using hbar.
I just realixed that when I have only two bars, it works, but in my actual example, I have about 100 bars (that's why I want to use hbar instead of vbar) and it doesn't show the labels.
I don't think the code is useful, but here you are:
The chapter variable has about 50 categories, and case variable has two categories. So when I run the code, I get about 100 bars:
options nodate nonumber;
ods pdf style=barcolors file = "R:\working\finished datasets\Chapters\admin\Specialty.pdf";
goptions device = pdf colors=(black) rotate=landscape;
ods graphics / height = 800 width = 700;
title font="helvetica/bold" height=10pt "Overall weighted Frequency of Physician Specialty";
title2 font="helvetica/italic" height=8pt "Stratified by Cases & Controls";
proc sgplot data = Overall_Freq2_Specialty;
vbar Chapter/group = case response = WgtFreq groupdisplay=cluster datalabel;
xaxis label = "Physician Specialty" ;
yaxis label = "Frequency" grid;
keylegend / position=right location=outside;
where chapter ~= "General Practice";
ods pdf close;
Sorry, I copied the other one. Just change "vbar" to "hbar". It doesn't work. Also, data is stored in a secure environment and I can't take it out. But the data layput is similar to this, but 50 chapters not 5:
chapter case WgtFreq
1 1 5
1 0 10
2 1 2
2 0 6
3 1 5
3 0 9
4 1 10
4 0 15
5 1 20
5 0 15
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