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spearman correlation mark

Hi All,

 

How I can show ρ in the graph? I tried to use ~{unicode '03C1'x} in my template, but it shows as in the first picture. If I used ρ instead, it shows as in second picture. Any idea about this? Thanks,

 

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Re: spearman correlation mark

Code used to make the output?

Any example data?

Which ods destination is involved?

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Re: spearman correlation mark

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Are those graphs created with JMP or SAS?  If JMP, post your question to the JMP Community.

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Re: spearman correlation mark

Hi Rick,

 

yes, I use SAS9.4 to run this.

 

thanks,

chen

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Re: spearman correlation mark

Since you said, "template", I will assume you are using GTL for this example. Your example is also using a cell header, but the text does not appear to be generated by classification, so I will assume you are using an ENTRY inside of a CELLHEADER block. Your ENTRY statement should look something like this:

 

entry {unicode '03C1'x} " = 0.338; p < .001" / textattrs=GraphUnicodeText;

 

You do not need the ODS escape character because entries in GTL support the unicode, sup, and sub escapements outside of quoted strings.

 

Since you're referencing a character in the "03" range, your default font might not contain that character. If it doesn't, add the TEXTATTRS reference I gave above to use a more full-featured Unicode font.

 

Hope this helps!

Dan

 

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