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Appendage SASXGANO not found?

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Appendage SASXGANO not found?

Hi Everyone,

I am running the following code on the new University edition on SAS Studio and I get the error "Appendage SASXGANO not found, unable to produce graphics. This same code runs just fine on my office computer with a non-SAS Studio version of the software. What can I do to get some basic code up and running?

Thank you,

Adam

data plastic;

input hardnss time;

cards;

199 16

205 16

196 16

200 16

218 24

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;;;

proc reg data=plastic;

model hardnss = time;

plot hardnss*time;

run;

quit;


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‎09-22-2014 10:09 AM
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Re: Appendage SASXGANO not found?

The PLOT statement in PROC REG is used with line printer and traditional graphics.  You're correct that it does have a dependency on a SAS/GRAPH license which is not included in the University Edition.  The recommendation is to use the PLOTS= option which uses ODS graphics to create modern statistical graphics.  You can see more detail at SAS/STAT(R) 13.1 User's Guide

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Re: Appendage SASXGANO not found?

The problem should be solved by SAS institute You are hitting a licensing issue. This one is for TS.

SASXGANO is part of SAS/Graph but this module is not licensed with UE. They are claiming all graphics are being done by the new ODS graphics  options.

You should use the ODS graphics with UE and not the SAS/Graph ones

It is confusing the old modules are still used. An more confusing when they are embedded in a proc reg.

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‎09-22-2014 10:09 AM
SAS Employee
Posts: 147

Re: Appendage SASXGANO not found?

The PLOT statement in PROC REG is used with line printer and traditional graphics.  You're correct that it does have a dependency on a SAS/GRAPH license which is not included in the University Edition.  The recommendation is to use the PLOTS= option which uses ODS graphics to create modern statistical graphics.  You can see more detail at SAS/STAT(R) 13.1 User's Guide

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