Date:  Wed, 24 Dec 2003 09:34:34 0500 
ReplyTo:  "DePuy, Venita" <depuy001@DCRI.DUKE.EDU> 
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From:  "DePuy, Venita" <depuy001@DCRI.DUKE.EDU> 
Subject:  Re: Proc Lifetest plot 

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Hi Violet et al 
I don't know that you can define axes statements within Lifetest (at least I
couldn't find anything in a quick look).
The easiest method would probably be to output the prediction data set then
use a proc gplot.
ie
Proc Lifetest data=file1 outs = file2;
symbol1 i=join; *will give you a connected line, which you want;
axis1 order=(.5 to 1);
Proc Gplot data=file2;
plot x1 * x2 / vaxis=axis1; * don't know the names of the variables
in the output set;
*might be haxis=axis1, always have to
play to find out which one;
run;
Happy holidays!
Venita
> 
> From: Violet Horvath[SMTP:vhorvath@HAWAII.EDU]
> Reply To: Violet Horvath
> Sent: Tuesday, December 23, 2003 8:35 PM
> To: SASL@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU
> Subject: Proc Lifetest plot
>
> Is there an easy way to specify the intervals of the survival
> distribution function axis of survival curves in proc lifetest? The
> axis currently goes from 0.00 to 1.00, and none of my data falls below
> 0.50. So, I would like the axis to be 0.50 to 1.00. I am using the
> intervals option for the time axis. Is there an option or some other
> way to specify the intervals for the survival distribution function
> axis?
>
