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Arrie
Fluorite | Level 6

Hi, I produced a map with GMAP using an annotate dataset for "tip-information" / see Parkeerplekken_GMAP.html & GMAP_chart.png in the zip file.

Then I tried to migrate the code to proc SGMAP with the same data sets, except the anno info. / see Parkeerplekken_SGMAP.html and SGMAP_chart.png in the zip file.

 

In the pdf I formulated my issues. I see strange interactions between the tip-information in the choromap & scatter statements...

Code and data in the ZIP file.

 

Is there an example application showing SGMAP + choromap + scatter, each with tip-statement as a reference?

 

Regards Arie

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LauraRK
Quartz | Level 8
I just realized this as well with SAS On-Demand for Academics, it is odd they do not update to SAS 9.4M7 . I think they are missing out by waiting in regards to people learning SAS.

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GraphGuy
Meteorite | Level 14

I was going to have a look at this, but the version of SAS I have access to ("SAS On-Demand for Academics") is only at 9.4m6, whereas I would need 9.4m7 to use custom tips in sgmap choro. 😞

 

 

Arrie
Fluorite | Level 6

Thnks Rob. Thode were the days (having all the stuff available for you..}

 

gr Arie

LauraRK
Quartz | Level 8
I just realized this as well with SAS On-Demand for Academics, it is odd they do not update to SAS 9.4M7 . I think they are missing out by waiting in regards to people learning SAS.

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