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a week ago - last edited a week ago

Hi All,

I'm trying to produce the following settings of reg plot on University Edition:

```
proc reg data=hw3c;
model oxygen=age runtime runpulse maxpulse / r;
plot r.*(age runtime runpulse maxpulse);
plot r.*p.;
plot npp.*r.;
plot cookd.*obs.;
run;
```

I know I can run the following code on UE to have all graphs, but the graphs do not have regression equation on top.

```
proc reg data=hw3c plots= (all);
model oxygen=age runtime runpulse maxpulse / r;
run;
```

Any help will be appreciated !

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Posted in reply to lydiawawa

a week ago

Plot statements are no longer supported in PROC REG, in SAS UE or any similar SAS/STAT (14.3) version.

PROC SGPLOT can be used to create graphs, but it’s definitely a bit of work.

@lydiawawa wrote:

Hi All,

I'm trying to produce the following settings of reg plot on University Edition:

`proc reg data=hw3c; model oxygen=age runtime runpulse maxpulse / r; plot r.*(age runtime runpulse maxpulse); plot r.*p.; plot npp.*r.; plot cookd.*obs.; run;`

I know I can run the following code on UE to have all graphs, but the graphs do not have regression equation on top.

`proc reg data=hw3c plots= (all); model oxygen=age runtime runpulse maxpulse / r; run;`

Any help will be appreciated !