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shari
Calcite | Level 5

Hi,

 

I am trying to create a plot with two y axes. I used proc sgplot and I see the graph generated with color and symbol representation for only one y axis. Is there any way or option to show the color and symbol representation for another Y axis.

 

Thanks in advance.

 



data temp;
input ptno ady value1 value2;
cards;
100 1 10 12
100 5 15 16
100 8 20 18
;


ods listing;
proc sgplot data=temp;
scatter x=ady y=value1/group=ptno;
scatter x=ady y=value2/y2axis group=ptno;
yaxis min=0 label='Y1 axis' values=(0 to 20 by 2);
y2axis min=0 label='Y2 axis' values=(0 to 20 by 2);
run;


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DanH_sas
SAS Super FREQ

I'm not entirely sure of what you want, but I think you might want separate legends for each plot. Here is an example:

 

data temp;
input ptno ady value1 value2;
cards;
100 1 10 12
100 5 15 16
100 8 20 18
;

ods listing;
proc sgplot data=temp;
scatter x=ady y=value1/group=ptno name="v1";
scatter x=ady y=value2/y2axis group=ptno name="v2";
keylegend "v1" / title="Y Axis" position=bottomleft;
keylegend "v2" / title="Y2 Axis" position=bottomright;
yaxis min=0 label='Y1 axis' values=(0 to 20 by 2);
y2axis min=0 label='Y2 axis' values=(0 to 20 by 2);
run;

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DanH_sas
SAS Super FREQ

I'm not entirely sure of what you want, but I think you might want separate legends for each plot. Here is an example:

 

data temp;
input ptno ady value1 value2;
cards;
100 1 10 12
100 5 15 16
100 8 20 18
;

ods listing;
proc sgplot data=temp;
scatter x=ady y=value1/group=ptno name="v1";
scatter x=ady y=value2/y2axis group=ptno name="v2";
keylegend "v1" / title="Y Axis" position=bottomleft;
keylegend "v2" / title="Y2 Axis" position=bottomright;
yaxis min=0 label='Y1 axis' values=(0 to 20 by 2);
y2axis min=0 label='Y2 axis' values=(0 to 20 by 2);
run;
shari
Calcite | Level 5
Thank you. It worked as expected. Sorry for not being much clear.

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