Hi

How do I print my vertical axis label as

H

E

I

G

H

T

.

With wat I tried I'm getting HEIGHT vertically but at 90 angle( using

angle=90 option in Axis statement)

Any help will be highly appreciated!

Thanks

Easwara

Hi

How do I print my vertical axis label as

H

E

I

G

H

T

.

With wat I tried I'm getting HEIGHT vertically but at 90 angle( using

angle=90 option in Axis statement)

Any help will be highly appreciated!

Thanks

Easwara

How do I print my vertical axis label as

H

E

I

G

H

T

.

With wat I tried I'm getting HEIGHT vertically but at 90 angle( using

angle=90 option in Axis statement)

Any help will be highly appreciated!

Thanks

Easwara

Sorry, that was wrong!

try instead:

axis1 label=(angle=-90 rotate=90);

proc gplot data=sashelp.class;

plot height*age / vaxis=axis1;

run; quit;

Gerhard

try instead:

axis1 label=(angle=-90 rotate=90);

proc gplot data=sashelp.class;

plot height*age / vaxis=axis1;

run; quit;

Gerhard

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