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kcodo
Obsidian | Level 7

For the attached graph,

I want to change the Y-axis labels from the coding variable to reflect the full names.

For the Y-axis

minTC_ave-iqr = Minimum Toe Clearance (IQR)

maxTC1_ave_iqr=Maximum Toe Clearance (IQR)

 

Same thing for the X-Axis.

PF= Physical Function

VT= Vitality/Energy

GH= General Health

 

this is the code I used for the graph:

 

proc sgscatter data=mydata;
title "Spatial Gait Parameters vs. SF-36 Functional Scores";
compare x=(PF VT GH)
		y=(minTC_ave_iqr maxTC1_ave_iqr )
		/loess=(nogroup) group=group
		markerattrs=(symbol=CircleFilled size=14)
   filledoutlinedmarkers 
   colormodel=(CX3288BD CX99D594 CXE6F598 CXFEE08B CXFC8D59 CXD53E4F);
   format group group.;
   run; quit;

 How do I modify it so the final graph reflects the full names for the corresponding X and Y axis as indicated above

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Reeza
Super User

Give the variables labels. 

 

Label PF = ‘Physical Function’;

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kcodo
Obsidian | Level 7

sorry forgot to attach the graph. see attached

Reeza
Super User

Give the variables labels. 

 

Label PF = ‘Physical Function’;

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