I have a phenotype data (contineous) from a group of patinets who treated a with a drug A. I would like to see what is the percentage inceremnet or decreamnet in the values of phenotype in those patinets. How can I do this?
I would like to plot the percentage changes in these variables!
Give you an example: data have; input cat $ group $ res low high star; cards; F 1 12 10 14 16 F 2 14 12 15 . M 1 20 18 22 23 M 2 18 17 20 . ; run; proc sgplot data=have; vbarparm category=cat response=res /group=group groupdisplay=cluster limitlower=low limitupper=high; scatter x=cat y=star/discreteoffset=-0.22 markerattrs=(symbol=starfilled); run; proc sgplot data=have; vbarparm category=cat response=res /group=group groupdisplay=cluster limitlower=low limitupper=high datalabel; scatter x=cat y=star/datalabel discreteoffset=-0.22 markerattrs=(symbol=starfilled); run;
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