I want to use proc gmap to create a world map, but in my data set around 50% of the countries are not included. However, SAS does not display them in the the outcoming map. The countries simply do not appear in the map and the whole map looks "empty".
Is there some option in the procedure to display all values which are not found in the data set but in the map data?
Here is my code:
legend1 label=(position=top "Transaction Volume in €")
title ls=1.5 "Incoming Transactions";
proc gmap data=CTRY_MAP map=maps.world;
choro SUM_AMOUNT_EURO/coutline=gray44 legend=legend1;
And two other options you'll find useful, when using the 'all' option, per Dan's tip ...
proc gmap data=CTRY_MAP map=maps.world all;
You might also find the 'cdefault' and 'cempty' options useful.
Cdefault controls the fill color of the empty areas, and cempty controls the outline color.
choro SUM_AMOUNT_EURO/coutline=gray44 legend=legend1 cdefault=white cempty=gray99;
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