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Anita_n
Pyrite | Level 9

Dear all, 

I got the graph to look like this :

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Is there any way to get the names of the ploygon in the graph? In this case id1name (should be bold) and display the id boundaries.

 

here is my code:

 

*create mapdata;
proc sql;
create table germany as select a.*, b.id1name from mapsgfk.germany a natural join mapsgfk.germany_attr b
where a.id = b.id;
quit;

proc gremove data=germany out=germany_gremove;
by id1;
id id;
run;

*create Map;
proc sgmap mapdata=germany_gremove maprespdata=respdata plotdata=respdata noautolegend; openstreetmap; choromap id1/ mapid=id1 id=id1 name="choro" lineattrs=(thickness=1 color=graybb); bubble x=longc y=latc size= no_of_cases / bradiusmin=3px bradiusmax=8px fill fillattrs=(color=darkred) outline name="bubl"; Keylegend "bubl";
run;

and the used data

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BrunoMueller
SAS Super FREQ

You can use the TEXT statement like so:

text x=longc y=latc text=id1name /  position=topright;

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