GBARLINE Procedure


Identifies the data set containing the chart and response variables. Can specify an annotate data set.
Restriction: Not supported by JAVA and JAVAIMG
Requirement: An input data set is required.


PROC GBARLINE <DATA=input-data-set>

Optional Arguments

PROC GBARLINE statement options affect all graphs produced by the procedure.

specifies a data set to annotate all graphs that are produced by the GBARLINE procedure. To annotate individual graphs, use the ANNOTATE= option in the BAR statement.
specifies the SAS data set that contains the variable or variables to chart. By default, the procedure uses the most recently created SAS data set.
IMAGEMAP= output-data-set
creates a temporary SAS data set that is used to generate an image map in an SVG file when you are sending output to the LISTING destination. (This option is not necessary when you are sending output to the HTML destination.) The drill-down URLs in the image map must be provided by variables in the input data set. These variables are identified to the procedure with the HTML= and HTML_LEGEND= options.
generates identical scales automatically on both the bar and the plot axes. Use this option to perform axes scaling automatically, instead of generating the data values on the axes with the ORDER= option in the AXIS statement.
Interaction:The UNIFORMAXES option overrides an ORDER= option when both are specified.
Notes:The UNIFORMAXES option might automatically scale the bar axis beyond the range specified by the FORMAT statement.

When one axis range is much larger than the other, the resulting bars or plots in the graph appear flattened.

Invoking different statistical functions between the bar and plot statements when using this option might yield unexpected results. For example, specifying a cumulative percentage on a BAR statement and a cumulative frequency on a PLOT statement, in conjunction with UNIFORMAXES, might generate an abnormal graph.