For most applications, the default justifications are desired (i.e., labels are centered about the appropriate axis). However, there are a few cases where an alternate justification is desirable. The most common case is for the multiplot commands SCATTER PLOT MATRIX, FACTOR PLOT, and CONDITION PLOT.
The label justification hold for all subsequent plots until defaulted (via the ...LABEL JUSTIFICIATION command with no arguments) or until overridden with new label offsets. The analyst can define offsets for all 5 plot labels:
The label is specified by the prefix in the command. Syntax:
where <value> is a string that specifies the justification;
and <prefix> is one of the following:
X2 refers to the second horizontal label
X3 refers to the third horizontal label
X refers to the first horizontal label
Y1 refers to the left vertical label
Y2 refers to the right vertical label
Y refers to the left and right vertical labels
no prefix refers to all 5 axis labels.
The following justifications are allowed:
X2LABEL JUSTIFICATION RIGHT
CJUS and CEBO for CENTER.
RJUS and RIBO for RIGHT.
READ IRIS.DAT Y1 TO Y4 TAG
MULTIIPLOT CORNER COORDINATES 10 10 90 90
MULTIPLOT SCALE FACTOR 3
SET MATRIX PLOT TYPE BIHISTOGRAM
YLIMITS -0.6 0.6
YLABEL DISPLACEMENT 30
SET RELATIVE HISTOGRAM PERCENT
X1LABEL JUSTIFICATION LEFT
X2LABEL JUSTIFICATION LEFT
X1LABEL OFFSET -30
X2LABEL OFFSET -30
MATRIX PLOT Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4