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a week ago

I have two variables: return A and return B. On my graph, I need one line to describe the data from return A, and a second line to describe the data from return B. These two lines should be on one single graph, not two. I want to compare return A and return B by the week their data is from. (data date is on the x axis)

How can I use a Proc Plot function to accomplish the above criteria? If there is another function that can help me achieve this purpose, that is also acceptable.

Thank you and have a good day.

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a week ago

PROC PLOT isn't really used any more.

Try SGPLOT and there's a ton of examples in the documentation.

Here's an example of plotting three lines.

The SASHELP.STOCKS data set is available on almost all SAS installations.

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PROC PLOT isn't really used any more.

Try SGPLOT and there's a ton of examples in the documentation.

Here's an example of plotting three lines.

The SASHELP.STOCKS data set is available on almost all SAS installations.

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a week ago

Thank you very much, that is what i am looking for