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reindeers
Fluorite | Level 6

Good day!

I have a problem with gradar again.

This is my data:

viewcnt1cnt2cnt3id
1871041
21000010
37716617
4955024
5973028
6991051
7867758
8878561
9897463
10953276
117024680
127714983
138611388
14964092
15887594
168511596

This is my code:

data test;

    set test;

        format cnt1 cnt2 cnt3 3.0;

run;

    

ods _all_ close;

goptions device=png;

ods HTML STYLE=&_ODSSTYLE. nogtitle nogfootnote body=_WEBOUT(NOTOP NOBOT) path=&_TMPCAT. (url=&_REPLAY.) ;

proc gradar data=test;

    chart id /  freq=cnt1

    overlayvar=cnt2

    cstars=(red, blue)

    wstars=2

    lstars=1

    starcircles=(1.0);

run;

quit;

ods HTML close;

This is what happen when I use overlayvar in gradar:

Separately variables drawn perfect:

I try do something like this:

I assumed there is a problem with zero value: I tried without zero but result was the same.

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gergely_batho
SAS Employee

Hi,

First you should rearrange (transpose) your data.

Look at the example in the user's guide:

SAS/GRAPH(R) 9.2: Reference, Second Edition

the structure of the data is here:

SAS/GRAPH(R) 9.2: Reference, Second Edition

In your case the new dataset should contain the following variables: id, cnt, <overlayvar> (with values 1, 2, 3)

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gergely_batho
SAS Employee

Hi,

First you should rearrange (transpose) your data.

Look at the example in the user's guide:

SAS/GRAPH(R) 9.2: Reference, Second Edition

the structure of the data is here:

SAS/GRAPH(R) 9.2: Reference, Second Edition

In your case the new dataset should contain the following variables: id, cnt, <overlayvar> (with values 1, 2, 3)

reindeers
Fluorite | Level 6

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