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anavabi
Calcite | Level 5

Hello SAS statisticians,

I am using the following PRINCOMP and PRINQUAL in a PCA analysis. in the biplots that I generate I get a dot and an entry number, which makes the biplot very busy. is there a way to ask SAS to only put a dot for each entry and not the number? Thanks

 

ods graphics on;
proc princomp data=Main out = PC;
ods select ScreePlot ;
var RDp RD RLp RL SAp SA PR GY GYp;
run;

proc prinqual data=main out=Results cor scores plots = all n=5 replace mdpref;
id entry;
transform identity (RDp RD RLp RL SAp SA PR GY GYp);
run;

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Rick_SAS
SAS Super FREQ

The documentation shows an example of how to modify the MDPref template. It sounds like you want to delete the DATALABEL= option on the VECTORPLOT statement.

anavabi
Calcite | Level 5

Thanks !! This worked. 

What if I want to keep the label but remove the dot? 

Thanks for your help

Rick_SAS
SAS Super FREQ

I don't know what "dot" you are talking about. Can you attach a picture and maybe circle the dot you want to remove? 

anavabi
Calcite | Level 5

 

An image is attached. They are actually not dots. I like to remove the the small circles that identify each one of my entries in the analysis and only keep the label. 

Thanks

 

 

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