Date: Tue, 10 Nov 1998 08:09:55 +0000
Reply-To: Paul Marsh <Paul.Marsh@ELECTRICITIES.COM>
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From: Paul Marsh <Paul.Marsh@ELECTRICITIES.COM>
Subject: Re: GPLOT: how do I label datapoints ?
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you need to do what SAS/GRAPH would call an 'annotation'. the key to an
annotate dataset - it is just like any other SAS dataset 'cept the variable
are dictated by the annotate facility. and be ready to do some trial and
error in placing your labels.
Bent Nagstrup wrote:
> Hi *.world :)
> I'm working with a simple plot x*y statement and would like to
> 'decorate' the plot by labelling each datapoint by the recordname, which
> is stored in the variable 'name'.
> This may not make the plot prettier but it's a lot easier to identify a
> particular record.
> Can anybody please tell me who to do this?
> Bent Nagstrup <Bent.Nagstrup@mmf.aau.dk> M.Sc.
> Research Unit for Molecular Biology, Aarhus University
> A bus station is where the bus stops,
> A train station is where the train stops,
> On my desk I have a workstation....