01-28-2014 01:30 PM
I have 10 data points representative of years (2003-2012). I would like to show the regression line for the first 8 points (2003-2010) and have the last two points stand alone. Is it possible to accomplish this with GPlot?
01-28-2014 01:35 PM
Easily done with SGPLOT. Move the last two points to new columns (x2, y2) and make them missing in the original columns (x, y). Now plot a regressioin plot using original columns (x, y). Overlay a scatter plot with new columns (x2, y2).
01-28-2014 03:53 PM
Well this was working great until I added the regression line. The regression line is stretching across all 10 points instead of stopping at 8.
01-28-2014 04:05 PM
The built-in gplot interpol=rl regression line is going to always go all the way to the axis (I think).
If you just want the regression line to go to a certain point (and not all the way to the axis), then I think you'll need to calculate the points along the regression line (such as using Proc Reg), and then plot those points using interpol=join.
01-28-2014 04:09 PM
Or, just use SGPLOT.
do x2=1 to 8;
do x=9 to 10;
proc sgplot data=fit;
reg x=x2 y=y2 / name='r';
scatter x=x y=y;
01-28-2014 01:54 PM
Similar to what Sanjay was saying about sgplot, you could also do this with gplot.
See the 'Forecast Line' example, near the middle of this Line Plot chapter for an example: