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Posted 08-29-2016 03:51 AM
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Hi,

I have SAS 9.2 and I need to display the linear regression line and R-Squared or the p-value on the plot. I have three groups and my plot looks something like attached.

Is it possible to display the regression line superimposed on the colored dots? I am trying the following for scatter plot and regression analysis:

proc gplot data = plot_data anno= anno ;

plot yaxis*xaxis=cohort_no /vaxis=axis1 haxis=axis nolegend noframe;

run;

proc reg data = plot_data anno= anno1 ;

model yaxis = xaxis;

plot yaxis*xaxis ;

run;

Thanks a lot

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Most statisticians do not use the old PLOTS statement anymore. Instead, most use ODS statistical graphics, which are produced automatically by most SAS/STAT procedures. See the following two examples:

```
ods graphics on;
proc reg data =sashelp.class plots=FitPlot(stats=DEFAULT);
model weight = height;
quit;
proc glm data =sashelp.class plots=FitPlot;
class sex;
model weight = height | sex;
quit;
```

For an overview, see Rodriguez (2009) "Getting Started with ODS Statistical Graphics in SAS 9.2."

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Most statisticians do not use the old PLOTS statement anymore. Instead, most use ODS statistical graphics, which are produced automatically by most SAS/STAT procedures. See the following two examples:

```
ods graphics on;
proc reg data =sashelp.class plots=FitPlot(stats=DEFAULT);
model weight = height;
quit;
proc glm data =sashelp.class plots=FitPlot;
class sex;
model weight = height | sex;
quit;
```

For an overview, see Rodriguez (2009) "Getting Started with ODS Statistical Graphics in SAS 9.2."

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If you want to continue with GPLOT your solution would involve setting a Symbol statement to show the desired regression for each level of your cohort_no.

Something like

symbol1 i=RL color=red;

The i or Interpol option R is for regression options are availble for showing confidence limits of individual responses or the mean and the interval for the confidence limits as well.

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Thanks for the reply.

I amting two get different regression line plots, when I use PROC REG and when I use proc gplot see below, could you help me why?

Code:

For R squared value using proc reg

proc reg data = plot_data outest=reg_val outsscp=sscp1 rsquare;

model yaxis = xaxis ;

plot yaxis*xaxis;

run;

quit;

for scatter plot using gplot

symbol1 i=none v=dot w=2 l=3 h=4 color=blue;

symbol2 i=none v=C w=2 l=4 h=2.5 f=marker color=red;

symbol3 i=none v=U w=2 l=4 h=2.5 f=marker color=green;

symbol4 i=none w=2 l=3 h=3 i=rl color=black;

proc gplot data = plot_data anno= anno1 ;

plot yaxis*xaxis=cohort_no /vaxis=axis1 haxis=axis2 nolegend noframe;

plot2 yaxis*xaxis/ noaxis;

run;

quit;

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