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dal233
Calcite | Level 5

When I run the sgplot procedure to generate four plots on a page, the bottom border of the graph is blank/absent/"white-ed out" in a pdf.  However when I print it out, the border is clearly there. Here is the code for one of the plots:

proc sgplot data= dat.test_sas;

vbar year / response=gwp legendlabel="GWP";

vline year / response=frequency y2axis lineattrs=(color=red) legendlabel="Frequency";

yaxis label="GWP";

y2axis label="Frequency";

run;

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Jay54
Meteorite | Level 14


This is an artifact of the PDF scaling on the computer screen.  Often when viewing the doc on screen, the scale factor may be some odd number like 89%, and a thin 1 pixel border may not show through.  The final proof is in the printed page.  I normally verify the presence of a border by viewing at a higher factor, like 200 or 400%.

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