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RobinN
Fluorite | Level 6

Hello,

 

I'm currently working on a SAS Programm to fit my data of a germinating fungus to a given logistic function. This works fine for now, as the estimated values fit well to the data and predicted values based on that function seem acceptable. But when I try to plot this data the resulting graph looks like this:  

 

RobinN_0-1603991172959.png

 

Does anyone has any suggestions regarding this problem? I'm using SAS University Edition / SAS Studio 3.8

Thanks for your help!

 

The code used to create this graph is as follows: 

data fungi;
     input time germrate;
     datalines;
9       0
9       0
9       0
9       0
9       0
9       0
9       0
9       0
12      1
12      1
12      1
9       1
12      2
12      3
12      4
12      4
12      5
12      5
15      11
15      18
15      20
15      21
9       22
15      24
15      27
15      27
9       28
9       28
9       29
9       31
9       33
15      34
15      37
18      43
18      45
18      52
18      52
18      54
15      55
18      58
18      58
18      63
18      71
21      72
12      73
21      74
12      74
12      76
12      76
12      77
21      78
15      79
12      80
21      81
15      82
21      83
21      84
21      84
24      85
15      85
24      86
21      86
24      87
21      87
21      87
24      88
24      90
24      90
24      90
21      90
18      90
18      91
15      91
24      92
24      92
21      92
21      92
21      92
18      92
24      93
24      93
18      93
15      93
24      94
24      94
24      95
24      96
18      96
21      97
18      98
96      99
96      100
96      99
96      98
96      97
96      100

   ;


proc nlin  data=fungi;
 	parms   Pmax=98 teta=15 ;d=6 ;

 	model germrate = Pmax*(1-(1/(1+((time/teta)**d))));
run;

proc nlin data=fungi method=newton;   
	parameters  Pmax=98 teta=15 ;d=6 ;  
	model germrate = Pmax*(1-(1/(1+((time/teta)**d)))); 
	output out=nlinout predicted=pred l95m=l95mean u95m=u95mean l95=l95ind u95=u95ind; 
run; 
proc print data=nlinout; 
run;

data filler;   
do time = 0 to 96 by 2;     
predict=1;     
output;   
end; 
run;

data fitthis; 
set fungi filler; 
run;

proc nlin data=fitthis method=newton;   
	parameters  Pmax=98 teta=15 ;d=6 ;  
	model germrate = Pmax*(1-(1/(1+((time/teta)**d))));   
	output out=nlinout predicted=pred l95m=l95mean u95m=u95mean; 
run; 

proc print data=nlinout(where=(predict=1)); run;

proc sgplot data=nlinout;

   scatter x=time y=germrate;
   series x=time y=pred;
   band upper=u95mean lower=l95mean x=time ;
   
   run;

 

 

 

 

 

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

Accepted Solutions
djrisks
Barite | Level 11

Hi @RobinN , you just need to sort your graph by time before you do the plot. Please see the example below.

 

data fungi;
     input time germrate;
     datalines;
9       0
9       0
9       0
9       0
9       0
9       0
9       0
9       0
12      1
12      1
12      1
9       1
12      2
12      3
12      4
12      4
12      5
12      5
15      11
15      18
15      20
15      21
9       22
15      24
15      27
15      27
9       28
9       28
9       29
9       31
9       33
15      34
15      37
18      43
18      45
18      52
18      52
18      54
15      55
18      58
18      58
18      63
18      71
21      72
12      73
21      74
12      74
12      76
12      76
12      77
21      78
15      79
12      80
21      81
15      82
21      83
21      84
21      84
24      85
15      85
24      86
21      86
24      87
21      87
21      87
24      88
24      90
24      90
24      90
21      90
18      90
18      91
15      91
24      92
24      92
21      92
21      92
21      92
18      92
24      93
24      93
18      93
15      93
24      94
24      94
24      95
24      96
18      96
21      97
18      98
96      99
96      100
96      99
96      98
96      97
96      100

   ;


proc nlin  data=fungi;
 	parms   Pmax=98 teta=15 ;d=6 ;

 	model germrate = Pmax*(1-(1/(1+((time/teta)**d))));
run;

proc nlin data=fungi method=newton;   
	parameters  Pmax=98 teta=15 ;d=6 ;  
	model germrate = Pmax*(1-(1/(1+((time/teta)**d)))); 
	output out=nlinout predicted=pred l95m=l95mean u95m=u95mean l95=l95ind u95=u95ind; 
run; 
proc print data=nlinout; 
run;

data filler;   
do time = 0 to 96 by 2;     
predict=1;     
output;   
end; 
run;

data fitthis; 
set fungi filler; 
run;

proc nlin data=fitthis method=newton;   
	parameters  Pmax=98 teta=15 ;d=6 ;  
	model germrate = Pmax*(1-(1/(1+((time/teta)**d))));   
	output out=nlinout predicted=pred l95m=l95mean u95m=u95mean; 
run; 

proc print data=nlinout(where=(predict=1)); run;

proc sort data = nlinout;
  by time;
run;

proc sgplot data=nlinout;

   scatter x=time y=germrate;
   series x=time y=pred;
   band upper=u95mean lower=l95mean x=time ;
run;

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djrisks
Barite | Level 11

Hi @RobinN , you just need to sort your graph by time before you do the plot. Please see the example below.

 

data fungi;
     input time germrate;
     datalines;
9       0
9       0
9       0
9       0
9       0
9       0
9       0
9       0
12      1
12      1
12      1
9       1
12      2
12      3
12      4
12      4
12      5
12      5
15      11
15      18
15      20
15      21
9       22
15      24
15      27
15      27
9       28
9       28
9       29
9       31
9       33
15      34
15      37
18      43
18      45
18      52
18      52
18      54
15      55
18      58
18      58
18      63
18      71
21      72
12      73
21      74
12      74
12      76
12      76
12      77
21      78
15      79
12      80
21      81
15      82
21      83
21      84
21      84
24      85
15      85
24      86
21      86
24      87
21      87
21      87
24      88
24      90
24      90
24      90
21      90
18      90
18      91
15      91
24      92
24      92
21      92
21      92
21      92
18      92
24      93
24      93
18      93
15      93
24      94
24      94
24      95
24      96
18      96
21      97
18      98
96      99
96      100
96      99
96      98
96      97
96      100

   ;


proc nlin  data=fungi;
 	parms   Pmax=98 teta=15 ;d=6 ;

 	model germrate = Pmax*(1-(1/(1+((time/teta)**d))));
run;

proc nlin data=fungi method=newton;   
	parameters  Pmax=98 teta=15 ;d=6 ;  
	model germrate = Pmax*(1-(1/(1+((time/teta)**d)))); 
	output out=nlinout predicted=pred l95m=l95mean u95m=u95mean l95=l95ind u95=u95ind; 
run; 
proc print data=nlinout; 
run;

data filler;   
do time = 0 to 96 by 2;     
predict=1;     
output;   
end; 
run;

data fitthis; 
set fungi filler; 
run;

proc nlin data=fitthis method=newton;   
	parameters  Pmax=98 teta=15 ;d=6 ;  
	model germrate = Pmax*(1-(1/(1+((time/teta)**d))));   
	output out=nlinout predicted=pred l95m=l95mean u95m=u95mean; 
run; 

proc print data=nlinout(where=(predict=1)); run;

proc sort data = nlinout;
  by time;
run;

proc sgplot data=nlinout;

   scatter x=time y=germrate;
   series x=time y=pred;
   band upper=u95mean lower=l95mean x=time ;
run;
djrisks
Barite | Level 11
I meant to say, sort your data instead of sort your graph...
RobinN
Fluorite | Level 6
This was quite easy and obvious. Many thanks for your quick help!
djrisks
Barite | Level 11
You're welcome! When you're doing series and band plots it's best to sort your data beforehand by the variable on the x-axis 🙂

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