Summary of Optional Arguments
identifies the map data set to be processed.
specifies that projections wrap from right to left
at the international dateline.
specifies that the units for the longitude (X variable)
and latitude (Y variable) coordinates are degrees.
specifies that observations are retained when their
projected X and Y values are identical to those in the previous observation.
specifies that the longitude (X variable) values
in the input map data set increase to the east.
specifies that the LAT and LONG variables from the
map data set are used for coordinate data instead of the X and Y variables.
specifies the maximum latitude that is included
in the projection.
specifies the minimum latitude that is included
in the projection.
specifies the maximum longitude to be included in
the projection.
specifies the minimum longitude to be included in
the projection.
specifies the longitude value in degrees for the
center of the projection.
enables contiguous projections for maps that cross
the line between 180 degrees and -180 degrees longitude.
specifies that observations are deleted when their
projected X and Y values are identical to those in the previous observation.
specifies that parameters should not be used from
the PROJPARM data set.
names the output map data set.
specifies the divisor that computes the values used
for standard parallels for the Albers' or Lambert's projections when
explicit values are not provided.
specify values for the standard parallels that are
used in the Albers' or Lambert's projection.
specifies the entry in the projection parameters
data set that is used for input parameters.
specifies a data set that contains input projection
parameters.
creates a data set that contains the projection
parameters for the current PROC GPROJECT statement.
specify a projection pole to use for the gnomonic
projection.
specifies the projection method to apply to the
map data set.
specifies that the units for the longitude (X variable)
and latitude (Y variable) coordinates are radians.
specifies that the longitude (X variable) values
in the input map data set increase to the west.