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Rover17
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Hi SAS Community,

 

I'm using the following code to create a chart of boxplots. In my dataset, I have a continuous variable called Step1_1. I also have a categorical variable called Program. There are 30 Programs, and each Program is to have a boxplot.

 

I want to create a single chart that shows the 30 boxplots all displayed on a single page. I'm using ODS to output the chart in a RTF document. The orientation is landscape.

 

The problem I have is that Proc Boxplot is splitting the chart to display 15 boxplots on the first page and the remaining 15 on the second page.

 

proc boxplot data=boxplot_3;
plot Step1_1*Program ;
inset min mean max /
header = 'Overall Statistics'
pos = tm;
insetgroup min max /
header = 'Min & Max Values for Each Program';
label Step1_1 = 'Step 1 Scores';
run;

 

Thanks for your help !!

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