As you know by now, I'm just learning about plotting!
I have developed a line plot of a mean across timepoints, with bars for 95% confidence interval. (PROC GPLOT) I'm trying to create a very simple legend, simply indicating that the red line is treatment group 1 and the blue line is treatment group 2. Everything I try generates stuff that I don't want.
Is there an easy way to populate the legend with something simple like this?
--- Placebo ---- Study Drug
Here is my code (I found it online and it does exactly what I need). Mean1 is the mean per session, Thresh1 contains LCM and UCM.
proc gplot data=prep5; plot thresh1*session mean1*session thresh2*session mean2*session / overlay haxis=axis1 vaxis=axis2 /*legend=legend1*/; title1 h=8pt color=black font='courier' J=L "&titlel1"; title2 h=8pt color=black font='courier' J=L "Protocol: &titlel2 Page 1 of 1"; title5 h=8pt color=black font='courier' J=C "&titlel5"; title6 h=8pt color=black font='courier' J=C "&titlel6"; title7 h=8pt color=black font='courier' J=C "&titlel7"; run;
If you're just learning graphing in SAS I would strongly recommend learning SG procedures instead of GPLOT procedures.
There is more on GPLOT currently - because it's really really old. SG is available in more versions of SAS, you have more control over your graphics and it produces much better quality graphics.
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