I have produced the attached output ('sas_trend_saipe_state.jpg') below using the 'Graph-N-Go' Interface in SAS 9.2 M3.
Yet, when I used the code below
ODS Graphics on / ANTIALIAS=OFF ;
PROC SGPLOT data=work.saipesnc_s;
series x=year y=saepovrtall_pt / group=name lineattrs=(thickness=2);
yaxis grid valueshint;
xaxis grid valueshint;
The attached output 'SGPlot4.png' is different!! There are no cut-off!?
What am I doing wrong? How can I show the desired Cut-Off in my joined lines?
BREAK as an option on Series plot will create a skip if there is no data. I'd add a datapoint for year = 2004.5 with missing values for the y value in each group and use that option.
There may be other options in versions after th 9.2 I have.
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