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csetzkorn
Lapis Lazuli | Level 10

I figured how to suppress the outliers in my sgpanel coede using nooutlieres:

 

ods graphics on / 
     width=40cm
     imagefmt=gif
     imagemap=on
     imagename="TODO"
	 maxlegendarea=40
     border=off;

proc sort data=DATA;
   by Category1;
run;

PROC SGPANEL data=DATA;
	panelby Category1 / COLUMNS= 10 NOVARNAME;
	vbox Revenue / CATEGORY=Category NOOUTLIERS;
RUN;

Unfortunately, the area previously occupied by the outliers is still shown. How can I zoom into the actual boxplots and not show such a larger empty area. Thanks!

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PGStats
Opal | Level 21

Use MIN= and/or MAX= options in a ROWAXIS statement.

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PGStats
Opal | Level 21

Use MIN= and/or MAX= options in a ROWAXIS statement.

PG

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