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Quartz | Level 8

Another great example for the question "Can SAS?". We all know there's only one answer!

I tried running the code as written and I get an error with the "text" line in sgplot at the end. Does someone have the correct syntax for that line?


Rhodochrosite | Level 12

TEXT is a fairly new statement in SGPLOT.  It first became available in 9.4M2.  Are you using an older release?

Quartz | Level 8
Alas, yes TS1M0
Meteorite | Level 14

You can go back to using SCATTER with MARKERCHAR.  It will provide you with most of the functionality.

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