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A simple question

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A simple question

Hi!
I have 3 plots that I want to plot on the same graph, (all 3 have the same scale: it's a value and it's confidence interval).
For some reason, I get 3 diffrent plots when I do this:

symbol1 i= Needle v=dot c=&col. h=0.05 cm ;
symbol2 i=j v=dot c=black h=0.08 cm w=0.45;
symbol3 i=j v=dot c=black h=0.08 cm w=0.45;
proc gplot data=a gout=work.test;
plot CORR*lag=1/overlay ;
plot low*lag=2/overlay;
plot up*lag=3/overlay;

where stat_id=&stat.;
run; quit;


when I tried :

symbol1 i= Needle v=dot c=&col. h=0.05 cm ;
symbol2 i= j v=dot c=black h=0.05 cm ;
proc gplot data=a gout=work.test ;
plot CORR*lag=1 /overlay vaxis = axis2 haxis=axis1 name="&stat.O3TVT";
plot2 low*lag=2/overlay vaxis = axis2 ;
where stat_id=&stat.;
run; quit;

I got 1 plot , but with two diffrent vertical axis (1 on the left , one on the right).

Thanks In advance.
Tal
SAS Employee
Posts: 980

Re: A simple question

You were almost there!
I think it would be something along the lines of ...

plot CORR*lag=1 low*lag=2 up*lag=3 / overlay;
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Posts: 30

Re: A simple question

Thanks Smiley Happy
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