10-14-2014 05:02 AM
I have a graph that is set up with xmax=8in and ymax=5in. I need to reduce the size of the graph so I can fit in some additional footnotes.
How do I go about doing this? At the moment to get the footnotes to fit in the image I've had to reduce them down to 5pt when I need them to be 9pt.
If I increase them to 9pt the footnotes then overwrite some annotations which I can't move as they would need to be moved further up.
All I need is to reduce the size of the graph so I can fit in more text around it.
Thanks in advance
10-14-2014 08:07 AM
Which proc are you using, and which device? And are you using the 'footnote' statement to specify the footnote text?
For example, if you're using Proc Gplot, and using device=png or gif, and you're using the footnote statement, then the graph usually resizes itself to make room for the footnote statement text (assuming you're not specifying any options that override the automatic ones).
10-14-2014 10:21 AM
In answer to your questions:
1. Proc Gplot
2. Device = PNG
3. Yes using footnote1-footnote(n)
I specified VPOS in the GOPTIONS statement and reduced the size of the graph to allow the footnotes to take up a bit more room.
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