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fastb
Fluorite | Level 6

I am creating a comparative histogram (pic attached) in proc univariate and my class variable is entry (entry has two values, A and B).

The labels that are placed to the left of each histogram say "entry = A' and 'entry = B'.  How can I modify these so they only say 'A' and 'B' and leave off the 'entry = '.  I can't find anything online that says how to modify these.  The code that I am using is posted below:

 

proc univariate data=results noprint;

class entry;

var result;

histogram result / odstitle = 'Analyte' vscale=percent nocurvelegend normal(noprint);

run;


Histogram9.png
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ballardw
Super User

If you want more control over graph appearance than Proc Univariate provides then you might want to try using Proc Sgpanel

 

Which version of SAS are you using?

 

I don't get the variable name in the label as you do attempting your code structure with one of my datasets.

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ballardw
Super User

If you want more control over graph appearance than Proc Univariate provides then you might want to try using Proc Sgpanel

 

Which version of SAS are you using?

 

I don't get the variable name in the label as you do attempting your code structure with one of my datasets.

Ksharp
Super User

proc sgpanel data=sashelp.class;
 panelby sex/layout=rowlattice rowheaderpos=left novarname spacing=4;
 histogram weight;
 density weight;
run;

fastb
Fluorite | Level 6

Thank you ballrdw and ksharp! I will use sgpanel instead of proc univariate to make these.

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