04-19-2012 11:40 AM
There was a code similar to the following:
ods rtf file="C:\Documents and Settings\Austin\Desktop\Isotopes.rtf";
goptions hsize=5in vsize=4in;
ODS LISTING STYLE = biplots;
proc sgplot data=name;
scatter y=Nmean x=Cmean/ group=species
/*These are the column titles of the columes with the means in them*/
/* These are the upper & lower limits calculated using another program*/
/*This works as a "by" statement, i.e. this case i need separate crosses for each site*/
ods rtf close;
That apparently allowed someone to edit their graphs in powerpoint. Now it doesn't work for me, and my guess is that it may be because this is a scatterplot and not a simple barchart or something.
Any Ideas on making a graph that when pasted into PPT you can "ungroup" the photo and edit it?
R programming does this well, there must be some way to do it in SAS.
04-23-2012 10:04 AM
Suggest you try building an emf, insert into pp as a picture from file ...
filename gqb 'c:\temp\Plot.emf';
GOPTIONS reset=all DEV=emf targetdevice=emf gsfname=gqb;
proc gplot data=test;