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vicdicenzo
Obsidian | Level 7

I am trying to create some plots using SGPANEL.  My x-axis values range from 7 to 37 and I would like to space the axis labels because they are on top of each other and unreadable.  However, when I choose "by 2" or "by 3", it does that but omits the data.  How can I space the x-axis values but not lose the info associated with the missing labels?

 

DATA LF3; SET WORK.IMPORT;
PROC SORT; BY LAKE; RUN;
PROC SGPANEL DATA =LF3; BY LAKE;
PANELBY YEAR;
rowaxis label="PERCENTAGE";
ROWAXIS values=(0 TO 60 BY 20);
colaxis values=(7 to 37 by 2);
VBAR LENGTH/RESPONSE=PERCENTAGE;
TITLE "DISTRIBUTIONS IN PANELS";
RUN;

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sbxkoenk
SAS Super FREQ

Hello,

 

Have you tried to rotate the axis labels?

VALUESROTATE=DIAGONAL | DIAGONAL2 | VERTICAL

 

Thanks,

Koen

vicdicenzo
Obsidian | Level 7

That did not help either.

vicdicenzo
Obsidian | Level 7

STB LF Plot18.jpeg

STB LF Plot36.jpeg

vicdicenzo
Obsidian | Level 7

When I code the axis label 7 to 37 by 2, this is the result.  It removes the data from every other value.  I am not sure why it doesnt just adjust the x-axis labels.

 

STB LF Plot54 (1).jpeg

vicdicenzo
Obsidian | Level 7

FITPOLICY=THIN

 

 

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