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Can someone help me please?

I'm doing a final work for University and when I run code by code, I get all the perfect graphics, but if I run all the codes at the same time, then only the last graph is repeated.


I have been told that I need to add something at the end of each code so I do not repeat the graphs.

Super User

We don't have your data so can't run your program. And it's long so I don't want to read it all.

But it looks like you've just copied and pasted the code. In the log, it shows the path to the image files, is the name getting reset each time?

If so, remove the options you have on the ODS GRAPHICS statement and try again. 


If you're still having issues, post your log with two or three graphs created, not  the whole run.

Super User

From your question it is not obvious if want to create duplicate graphs or prevent duplicate graphs.


The only way I see to create duplicate graphs is to rerun the code.


Did you need to clear the results viewer before running code?



the reason is that you are using


before each call.  The RESET option resets the filename counter, which causes the next graph to overwrite the previous.


To fix this problem, put ODS GRAPHICS / RESET IMAGEMAP at the top of your file, but nowhere else. 



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