The PLOT statement produces a graph or set of graphs for the sample size analysis defined by the previous POWER statement. The plotoptions define the plot characteristics, and the graphoptions are like those in SAS/GRAPH software. If ODS Graphics is enabled, then the PLOT statement uses ODS Graphics to create graphs. For example:
ods graphics on; proc glmpower data=Exemplary; class Variety Exposure; model Height = Variety  Exposure; power stddev = 4 6.5 ntotal = 60 power = .; plot x=n min=30 max=90; run; ods graphics off;
Otherwise, traditional graphics are produced. For example:
ods graphics off; proc glmpower data=Exemplary; class Variety Exposure; model Height = Variety  Exposure; power stddev = 4 6.5 ntotal = 60 power = .; plot x=n min=30 max=90; run;
For more information about enabling and disabling ODS Graphics, see the section Enabling and Disabling ODS Graphics in Chapter 21: Statistical Graphics Using ODS.
Table 47.4 summarizes the options available in the PLOT statement.
Table 47.4: PLOT Statement Options
Option 
Description 

Plot Options 

Specifies the type of curve to draw 

Specifies the style of key for the plot 

Specifies the locations for plotting symbols 

Specifies the maximum of the range of values 

Specifies the minimum of the range of values 

Specifies the number of values 

Specifies the increment between values 

Specifies how plot features should be linked to varying analysis parameters 

Specifies a plot with the requested type of parameter on the X axis 

Specifies plot characteristics pertaining to the X axis 

Specifies a plot with the requested type of parameter on the Y axis 

Specifies plot characteristics pertaining to the Y axis 

Graph Options 

Specifies a descriptive string 

Specifies a name for the catalog entry for the plot 