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Anita_n
Pyrite | Level 9

Hi all, 

I saw this pie chart (using proc sgpie) which I really like. But it seems not to work in sas base(32 bits). Is there any way do create similar charts in sas base (32bits)? using gcharts or alternatives

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Anita_n
Pyrite | Level 9

okay, thanks

GraphGuy
Meteorite | Level 14

Do you know what version of SAS you have?

Anita_n
Pyrite | Level 9
yes, version 9.4
Kurt_Bremser
Super User

While 9.4 is the current version of SAS, lots of additional features have been added with the Maintenance Levels.

Run

%put &sysvlong.;

and post the resulting log.

Anita_n
Pyrite | Level 9

@Kurt_Bremser this was the results in SAS LOG on running the code above:

 

2 %put &sysvlong.;
9.04.01M7P080520
 

Kurt_Bremser
Super User

This means you are at the current maintenance level (7), so SGPIE should be available. Please post the log from your try of using the procedure.

Anita_n
Pyrite | Level 9
proc sgpie data=sashelp.class;
  donut age / response=weight datalabeldisplay=(response);
run;

I think it's because I installed the 32-bit windows version

 

ERROR: SGPIE is not available on this platform. 64-bit Windows or Linux is required.
NOTE: The SAS System stopped processing this step because of errors.
714 proc sgpie data=sashelp.class;
715 donut age / response=weight datalabeldisplay=(response);
716 run;

 

Anita_n
Pyrite | Level 9

Yes, you are right. Thank you.

GraphGuy
Meteorite | Level 14

I don't generally give it much thought (since I use 64-bit SAS), but Proc SGpie  and Proc SGmap are both 'newer' procs, and use slightly newer/different technology than the other ODS Graphics procedures, and both of these procs are only available on 64-bit SAS. This is mentioned in the doc, but you probably have to be "looking for it" to really notice.

 

sgpie_64.png

 

sgmap_64bit.png

Anita_n
Pyrite | Level 9

yes, I will have to install the 64-bit sas version to get it working

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