10-26-2017 04:38 AM
I am using this code:
PROC SGPANEL data=GreatData; panelby Cat / COLUMNS= 10 NOVARNAME; vbox BlaDiBla / CATEGORY=Bla NOOUTLIERS; rowaxis min=0 max=100; RUN;
but would like SAS to display my x axis label turned by 90 degrees - i.e. vertically.
I searched and tried to digest the doc and believe it has to do with this bit:
rowaxis min=0 max=100 valueattrs=;
but did not get anything to work. Thanks.
Btw, can anyone please recommend a good book discussing everything related to 'graphing in SAS' like the above? Thanks!
10-26-2017 09:19 AM
SAS 9.4m5 does this pretty easily with PROC SGPLOT as described in the article New Features with SAS 9.40 M5, but i dont think it applies to PROC SGPANEL.
Have not tried this, but perhaps use the LABELPOS=DATACENTER option in the ROWAXIS statement
As for a recommendation, I recommend Statistical Graphics Procedures By Example.
10-26-2017 10:05 AM
Thanks your suggestion does not work.
When it comes to SG graphics procedures you really need to tell us which version of SAS you are using as every release since 9.1.3 has had pretty major changes in the features available.
Rowaxis controls the appearance of the Yaxis (the row component).
Colaxis controls the Xaxis. In SAS 9.4 I have the colaxis option Valuesrotate= vertical to rotate the xaxis values.
10-26-2017 12:58 PM
To maximize your chance of getting quick help, and to make it easier for other people to help, please always include full code with sample data that others can run to see what is happening. Also always include the release version of your SAS software.
10-26-2017 11:08 AM
A book that explains everything? No. But between the ODS Graphics documentation, my free books, SAS/STAT documentation, Sanjay's books, and the graphically speaking blog, a whole lot is explained!
Graphically Speaking SAS Blog
Basic ODS Graphics Examples
Advanced ODS Graphics Examples
SAS/STAT introductory chapters
Books by Sanjay Matange and Dan Heath