I have the following problem. I have a plot on which the deviation is given on the y-axis. One plot has a deviation of 1.16%. Unfortunately, on the y-axis is only 0.016. How do I get it that the values on the y-axis are multiplied by the factor x100?
struct plotControl myPlot; myPlot=plotGetDefaults("XY"); location = "bottom right"; plotSetLegend(&myPlot,Legend,location); plotSetLegendBorder(&myPlot, "light gray", 1); plotSetYLabel(&myPlot, "Pct"); plotSetXLabel(&myPlot, "Period"); for j (1, rows(_all_shocks), 1); _shock = _all_shocks[j]; plotOpenWindow(); te=seqa(0,1,T.nirf); for i (1,10,1); plotlayout(2,5,i); plotSetTitle(&myPlot,Names[i]); temp=arraytomat(T.irf[_shock,.,i])~arraytomat(T1.irf[_shock,.,i]); plotxy(myPlot,te,temp); endfor; endfor;
If I am understanding your question correctly, then you can just multiply the y-values by 100 before plotting them.
plotxy(myPlot, te, temp*100);