Date: Tue, 21 Mar 2000 08:35:42 -0600
Reply-To: Mark Brigham <mbrigham@USGS.GOV>
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From: Mark Brigham <mbrigham@USGS.GOV>
Organization: U.S. Geological Survey
Subject: Re: GPLOT X-axis also at top of graph?
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A non-SAS answer:
My philosophy toward sas is to use it when it is most powerful, i.e. automating analysis of many combinations data. If you had to produce scores of these
graphs, it may be worth your while to learn to do it in SAS. It's not a simple one-word option, though. If you're at journal article stage, I would expect
that you have only 1 or a few graphs. I suggest you write those suckers to files, and use a graphics program (such as CorelDraw, if available [be sure to
examine SAS ts252z from SAS's web stie]) to doctor them up. Of course, if no one in your area has this program--and is familiar with it's use--you might
find it just as distasteful as trying to get the job done in SAS.
Bob Woodward wrote:
> A prestigious medical journal insists that "The y axis
> should appear on both the left and right sides of the
> graphs"(that's easy) and the x axis should appear at both
> the top and the bottom."
Mark E. Brigham, Environmental Engineer
U. S. Geological Survey, 2280 Woodale Drive, Mounds View, MN 55112-0049