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TD21
Calcite | Level 5

What's the reason why the residual plots are not showing up in the results even if you use "ODS GRAPHICS ON" command?

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Reeza
Super User

Can't answer without more info, ie procedure?

Sometimes you need to specify plots in the procedure somehow, but that differs between procedures.

eg.

proc ttests data=sashelp.class plots=all;

TD21
Calcite | Level 5

Hi Reeza,

Thanks for the reply. I use PROC MIXED.

Rick_SAS
SAS Super FREQ

Are you using the ODS HTML destination or the ODS LISTING destination?

For the LISTING destination, the plots are not interleaved betweenthe tables. You have to go the the ODS Results window and navigate to the plot and click on it to make it pop up in a separate window.

For the HTML destination, the plots should be interleaved.

Not all PROCs generate output by default. Try PLOTS=ALL or some similar syntax to make sure you are generating graphs.

TD21
Calcite | Level 5

Thanks Rick.

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