I am trying to plot a bar graph using SAS, and so far I have the following code:
DATA auto ;
INPUT resource $ percent ;
TITLE 'Simple Vertical Bar Chart ';
PROC SGPLOT DATA=auto;
I am using the student version of SAS provided free through my university hence the usage of SGPLOT. When I run the code, however, instead of showing the percentages of each resource, it plots the frequencies so all the bars show as 1 unit length. I am trying to plot resources, the independent variable, vs the percentage, the dependent variable. I tried using vbar resource/ DISCRETE, but received an error message stating that I can only use DISCRETE to offset the bins. I would appreciate any tips and additional resources to consult as I am new to SAS. Thank you!
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