Data visualization with SAS programming

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The points look pretty bad without format 5.2, but then the numbers up the verticle axis are formated the same way.  Is there a way to format on the graph line but leave the axis line as the default with no decimal places?

proc gplot data=data;

symbol i=join v=plus h=1.5 pointlabel=(h=1)

format percent nlnum5.2;

plot percent*time;

run;

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‎09-27-2013 03:17 PM
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Re: gplot

Easy enough in SGPLOT using the integer option. Are you set on using GPLOT?

Generally I like the SG Procedures of the G procedures and GTL is better.

I suggest ODS Graphics Designer if you want nicer graphs.

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‎09-27-2013 03:17 PM
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Posts: 16,416

Re: gplot

Easy enough in SGPLOT using the integer option. Are you set on using GPLOT?

Generally I like the SG Procedures of the G procedures and GTL is better.

I suggest ODS Graphics Designer if you want nicer graphs.

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Re: gplot

Absolutely right, I'm getting back into the swing of things, been away from sas for a while and not familiar with sgplot.  It took a few minutes to research and came up with:

proc sgplot data=cumout;

     series x=time y=percent / markers datalabel=percent;

     yaxis label='Percent';

run;

The docs on this are great too, I'm going to be spending some time getting familiar with this.

Thanks, Have a great weekend,


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