The following options can be used with the PROC EXPAND statement:
plots the input series.
plots the transformed input series. The TRANSFORMIN= option must also be specified in the CONVERT statement.
plots both the input series and the transformed input series on one plot with two Y axes. The input and transformed series are shown on separate scales. The TRANSFORMIN= option must also be specified in the CONVERT statement.
plots both the input series and the transformed input series on one plot with one Y axis. The input and transformed series are shown on the same scale. The TRANSFORMIN= option must also be specified in the CONVERT statement.
plots the converted series after input transformations and interpolation, but before any TRANSFORMOUT= transformations are applied. The METHOD= option must also be specified in the PROC EXPAND or CONVERT statements.
plots the transformed output series. The TRANSFORMOUT= option must also be specified in the CONVERT statement.
plots both the converted series and the transformed output series on one plot with two Y axes. The converted and transformed output series are shown on separate scales. The TRANSFORMOUT= option must also be specified in the CONVERT statement.
plots both the converted series and the transformed output series on one plot with one Y axis. The converted and transformed output series are shown on the same scale. The TRANSFORMOUT= option must also be specified in the CONVERT statement.
plots the series stored in the OUT= data set. The OUTPUT option does not require any options to be specified in the CONVERT statement.
produces all plots except the joint and cross plots. PLOTS=ALL is the same as PLOTS=(INPUT TRANFORMIN CONVERTED TRANSFORMOUT).
The PLOTS= option produces results associated with each CONVERT statement output variable and the options listed in the PLOTS= specification. See the section PLOTS= Option Details for more information.