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Ram_SAS
Obsidian | Level 7

Hi,

I am creating a graph contains two series plot in the same page using sgpanel.  Need to get different legend for respective panel?  Currently I have only one legend summarizing both panel.  Thanks.

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collinelliot
Barite | Level 11

1. Use "noautolegend" in the sgpanel statement.

2. Define your different legends using separate "keylegend" statements. The series that are defined in each legend are determined by assigning names to them in the different plot statements.

 

Stupid example:

 


proc sgpanel data = sashelp.class noautolegend;
    panelby sex;
    scatter x = height y = weight / name = 'hw';
    scatter x = age y = weight / name = 'aw';
    keylegend 'hw' / position = top;
    keylegend 'aw' / position = bottom;
run;
Ram_SAS
Obsidian | Level 7

Thanks for your reply.  But what I need is the list of names (respective F and M ) below  each panel instead of weight as a legend.  

 

proc sgpanel data = sashelp.class noautolegend;
panelby sex;
scatter x = height y = weight / group=name name = 'hw';
keylegend 'hw' / position = top;
run;

collinelliot
Barite | Level 11

That is just an example of how you get separate legends. I have no idea of what you actually are plotting and what you want where.

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