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Daisy2
Obsidian | Level 7

I'm working in SAS Enterprise Guide and have ODS GRAPHICS ON.  So I get a nice SAS Report in my results.  

I would like to export Selected graphs at high dpi and still get all tables and graphs in the html output. How do I do that?  

 

With current code shown below I'm only getting the selected  graph as separate files and that same limited output in the html report.  Thanks!

 

ods graphics on;
options ls=78;
/* ods trace on;*/
ODS LISTING GPATH = '\\User\SASOutput\' image_dpi=300;
ODS GRAPHICS / RESET IMAGENAME = 'pN_CV_R1_' IMAGEFMT = TIFF;
ODS SELECT CVPlot;
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Rick_SAS
SAS Super FREQ

You can independently maintain a "select list" for each open ODS destination. For example, the following statements include all tables and plots in the HTML destination. It also opens the LISTING destination and selects only one table and one plot for that destination.

 

ods listing;
proc reg data=sashelp.class plots=all;
   model weight=height;
   ods html select all;
   ods listing select ParameterEstimates fitplot;
quit;
ods listing close;

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Rick_SAS
SAS Super FREQ

You can independently maintain a "select list" for each open ODS destination. For example, the following statements include all tables and plots in the HTML destination. It also opens the LISTING destination and selects only one table and one plot for that destination.

 

ods listing;
proc reg data=sashelp.class plots=all;
   model weight=height;
   ods html select all;
   ods listing select ParameterEstimates fitplot;
quit;
ods listing close;
Daisy2
Obsidian | Level 7
Awesome! Thanks a bunch.

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