- 6.1 Shortest Path Problem
- 6.2 Minimum Cost Flow Problem
- 6.3 Using a Warm Start
- 6.4 Production, Inventory, Distribution Problem
- 6.5 Using an Unconstrained Solution Warm Start
- 6.6 Adding Side Constraints, Using a Warm Start
- 6.7 Using a Constrained Solution Warm Start
- 6.8 Nonarc Variables in the Side Constraints
- 6.9 Pure Networks: Using the EXCESS= Option
- 6.10 Maximum Flow Problem
- 6.11 Generalized Networks: Using the EXCESS= Option
- 6.12 Generalized Networks: Maximum Flow Problem
- 6.13 Machine Loading Problem
- 6.14 Generalized Networks: Distribution Problem
- 6.15 Converting to an MPS-Format SAS Data Set
- 6.16 Migration to OPTMODEL: Generalized Networks
- 6.17 Migration to OPTMODEL: Maximum Flow
- 6.18 Migration to OPTMODEL: Production, Inventory, Distribution
- 6.19 Migration to OPTMODEL: Shortest Path

The following examples illustrate some of the capabilities of PROC NETFLOW. These examples, together with the other SAS/OR examples, can be found in the SAS sample library.