01-27-2016 10:29 AM
I am using SAS 9.4 M3! I am trying to plot scatter plot in which there are many subjects having concentration =0 . Is there any way I increase the marker size based on the number of subjects at the same concentration level!
01-27-2016 10:35 AM
You can use the SIZERESPONSE option on the SCATTERPLOT to control the size of the markers based on a numeric variable. there are also SIZEMIN and SIZEMAX options you can use to control the sizing limits.
01-27-2016 11:00 AM
SIZERESPONSE is for the numeric value as you said
scatterplot x=visit y=pcvalue
If I use the SIZERESPONSE = PCVALUE then size of the marker would be based on the value!
What I am looking for is if there are, for example 10 subjects with PCVALUE=100 the current plot is not able to distinguish between one subject and multiple although it looks more thicker!
I explored the JITTER option but not nice ! I just want to control the size based on subjects!
Is there any trick here?
Thanks for all the help!