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greveam
Quartz | Level 8

How can I superscript p=6×10-5 in proc sgplot?

 

I tried;

 

title;
ods escapechar= '^';
proc sgplot data=plot;

INSET "TRTA vs. TRTB, HR 0.6(95% CI: 0.4-0.8, p=6×10^{unicode '207B'x '2075'x}" / POSITION=bottomright noborder opaque;

run;

 

Thanks guys!

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PeterClemmensen
Tourmaline | Level 20

You don't have to use unicodes here. Simply do

 

ods escapechar="^";

proc sgplot data=sashelp.class;
   scatter x=height y=weight;
   inset "trta vs. trtb, hr 0.6(95% ci: 0.4-0.8, p=6×10^{sup '-5'} " / position=bottomright noborder opaque;
run;

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PeterClemmensen
Tourmaline | Level 20

You don't have to use unicodes here. Simply do

 

ods escapechar="^";

proc sgplot data=sashelp.class;
   scatter x=height y=weight;
   inset "trta vs. trtb, hr 0.6(95% ci: 0.4-0.8, p=6×10^{sup '-5'} " / position=bottomright noborder opaque;
run;
DanH_sas
SAS Super FREQ

@PeterClemmensen gave the correct solution for sup/sub in an INSET, but I wanted to clarify how to use multiple Unicode symbols in other situations. You cannot specify multiple Unicode values within the same Unicode call -- you have to split them into separate calls. This means that:

 

"TRTA vs. TRTB, HR 0.6(95% CI: 0.4-0.8, p=6×10^{unicode '207B'x '2075'x}"

 

becomes:

 

"TRTA vs. TRTB, HR 0.6(95% CI: 0.4-0.8, p=6×10^{unicode '207B'x}^{unicode '2075'x}"

 

Hope this helps someone.

 

Thanks!
Dan

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