the data set that contains the plot variables. Optionally
specifies uniform axis scaling for all graphs as well as annotation and an
|| An input data set is required.
specifies a data set to annotate all graphs
that are produced by the GPLOT procedure. To annotate individual graphs, use
ANNOTATE= in the action statement.
specifies the SAS data set that contains
the variables to plot. By default, the procedure uses the most recently created
SAS data set.
specifies the SAS catalog in which to save
the graphics output that is produced by the GPLOT procedure. If you omit the
libref, SAS/GRAPH looks for the catalog
in the temporary library called WORK and creates the catalog if it does not
- creates a SAS data set that contains information about the
areas below the plot lines that are created by the AREAS= option in a PLOT
or PLOT2 statement. (In the GPLOT procedure, IMAGEMAP= can be used only in
This information includes the shape and coordinates of the areas, and
is used to build an HTML file that links the graph areas to other files or
images. This linking provides drill-down functionality on the graph. The Imagemap
data set also contains the information that is stored in the variables referenced
by the HTML= and HTML_LEGEND= options. Therefore, in order to use IMAGEMAP=
to create an HTML file, you must also use the HTML= option or the HTML_LEGEND=
option or both.
specifies that the same axis scaling is
used for all graphs that are produced by the procedure. By default, the range
of axis values for each axis is based on the minimum and maximum values in
the data and, therefore, may vary from graph to graph and among BY groups.
Using the UNIFORM option forces the value range for each axis to be the same
for all graphs. Thus, if the procedure produces multiple graphs with both
left and right vertical axes, the UNIFORM option scales all of the left axes
the same and all of the right axes the same, based on the minimum and maximum
For graphs that generate a legend and also produce multiple
graphs with a BY statement, UNIFORM makes the legend the same across graphs.
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