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GLM LSMeans PDiff Graph colors

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GLM LSMeans PDiff Graph colors

Hello,

 

I am currently working on my bachelors thesis and have decided to do the statistics within SAS. I don't have any deeper experience with SAS before (except for a small introduction in my statistics course) so im very sorry if what I am trying to archive might be pretty easy but I am just to stupid to find it (as I don't even know what this is called im looking for).

 

So basically I am using proc GLM for doing a one way F-Test ANOVA with paired t-tests. By default GLM provides this graph 

Bildschirmfoto 2018-03-02 um 23.09.25.png

 

Which I would really like to use within my thesis (to visualize the significance). The problem arises with the fact that most professors print out the thesis in grayscale to correct them, and sadly the red ad the blue colors have nearly the same grayscale value

Bildschirmfoto 2018-03-02 um 23.02.27.png

 

My question is now how do I change these colors?


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‎03-02-2018 05:30 PM
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Re: GLM LSMeans PDiff Graph colors

click More application options button and select Preferences. Click on Results. You will see a drop down to select the style for each output type. Set the style to either JOURNAL or JOURNAL2. That should get you what you want.

 

Hope this helps!

Dan

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Re: GLM LSMeans PDiff Graph colors

How are you running SAS? In SAS Studio, or display manager?

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Re: GLM LSMeans PDiff Graph colors

Oh sorry I've should have written this. Im using the SAS university edition (SAS Studio?)

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‎03-02-2018 05:30 PM
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Re: GLM LSMeans PDiff Graph colors

click More application options button and select Preferences. Click on Results. You will see a drop down to select the style for each output type. Set the style to either JOURNAL or JOURNAL2. That should get you what you want.

 

Hope this helps!

Dan

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