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Calcite | Level 5

Please find the attached file for reference. I am able to create the sub group bar chart but struggling in connecting bars using lines. Any Help would be greatly appreciated.

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Meteorite | Level 14

Which proc are you using?  Gchart, Gbarline, or one of the new SG procedures? (or other?)

And are you writing code, or using the EG interface?

Calcite | Level 5

Thank You so much for your quick response.

At present I am using proc gchart  and yes I am writing code.

Please help if you have a solution for it.

Thanks Again.

Meteorite | Level 14

Here's a basic example that demonstrates how to annotate a line onto a stacked gchart bar chart:

But one 'tricky' part will be that gchart will be summing up the bar segments for you and stacking them at the appropriate y-location, whereas in the annotate you'll need to calculate the summed/stacked y-coordinate yourself.

Perhaps it might be better to take a different approach - perhaps leave out the connecting lines, and let the bars touch, as in the following example:



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