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07-31-2016 02:18 PM

Hi,

I'm using SAS University Edition. I tried to use the following statement:

"goptions reset=all;"

However, I got the following error:

ERROR 180-322: Statement is not valid or it is used out of proper order.

Does this mean that the free SAS University Edition does not have SAS/GRAPH licensed? Is there a way for me to check it?

Thank you!

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07-31-2016
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07-31-2016 02:34 PM

**not** part of SAS University Edition. However, ODS graphics (including PROC SGPLOT) is included as part of Base SAS, and you can create most graphs (bar, scatter, time series, heatmaps, and many more) with simple syntax. See the Graphically Speaking blog for many ideas.

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**not** part of SAS University Edition. However, ODS graphics (including PROC SGPLOT) is included as part of Base SAS, and you can create most graphs (bar, scatter, time series, heatmaps, and many more) with simple syntax. See the Graphically Speaking blog for many ideas.

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07-31-2016 03:01 PM

Chris,

Thank you very much for your reply and referring to the blog! This is very helpful.

Regards,

Asim