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Stephen_Q
Fluorite | Level 6

This is my log an it has a warning. Who can tell me what's wrong with my program? Thank you ver much.

The WARNING is DISCRETELEGEND statement not under LAYOUT GLOBALLEGEND is ignored when there is a LAYOUT GL.

 

 

MLOGIC(FIGURE): %DO loop index variable ORD1 is now 3; loop will not iterate again.
SYMBOLGEN: Macro variable I resolves to 1
SYMBOLGEN: Macro variable ORD2MAX resolves to 1
SYMBOLGEN: Macro variable LORD1MAX resolves to 2
MLOGIC(FIGURE): %IF condition &i=&ord2max and &lord1max=2 is TRUE
MPRINT(FIGURE): proc template;
MPRINT(FIGURE): define statgraph linechart;
MPRINT(FIGURE): begingraph/border=false;
MPRINT(FIGURE): discreteattrmap name="level" / ignorecase=true ;
MPRINT(FIGURE): value "Day-1" / lineattrs=(color=blue pattern=solid);
MPRINT(FIGURE): value "Day 3" / lineattrs=(color=orange pattern=solid);
MPRINT(FIGURE): value "Day 8" / lineattrs=(color=gray pattern=solid);
MPRINT(FIGURE): value "Day 15" / lineattrs=(color=yellow pattern=solid);
MPRINT(FIGURE): enddiscreteattrmap ;
MPRINT(FIGURE): discreteattrvar attrvar=avisit2 var=avisit1 attrmap="level" ;
MPRINT(FIGURE): legendItem type=line name="Day -1" / lineattrs=(color=blue pattern=solid) label="Day -1";
MPRINT(FIGURE): legendItem type=line name="Day 3" / lineattrs=(color=orange pattern=solid) label="Day 3";
MPRINT(FIGURE): legendItem type=line name="Day 8" / lineattrs=(color=gray pattern=solid) label="Day 8";
MPRINT(FIGURE): legendItem type=line name="Day 15" / lineattrs=(color=yellow pattern=solid) label="Day 15";
MPRINT(FIGURE): layout globallegend / border=false;
MPRINT(FIGURE): discretelegend "Day -1" "Day 3" "Day 8" "Day 15" /autoitemsize=true DISPLAYCLIPPED=true across=2;
MPRINT(FIGURE): endlayout;
SYMBOLGEN: && resolves to &.
SYMBOLGEN: Macro variable O resolves to 1
SYMBOLGEN: Macro variable TITLETRT1 resolves to "0.1 mg/kg"
MPRINT(FIGURE): entrytitle "0.1 mg/kg";
MPRINT(FIGURE): layout lattice / columns = 1 rows = 2 rowdatarange=union;
MPRINT(FIGURE): drawtext textattrs=(color=black size=10pt weight=bold ) "Glucose Level(mmol/L)"/rotate=90 width=50
xspace=LAYOUTPERCENT yspace=LAYOUTPERCENT x=2 y=50 justify=center;
MPRINT(FIGURE): drawtext textattrs=(color=black size=10pt weight=bold ) "Hours Postdose"/ width=20 xspace=LAYOUTPERCENT
yspace=LAYOUTPERCENT x=50 y=8 justify=center;
MPRINT(FIGURE): cell;
MPRINT(FIGURE): layout overlay / xaxisopts=( gridattrs=(pattern=dot color=black) linearopts=(viewmax=12 viewmin=0
tickvaluesequence=(start=0 end=12 increment=2)) display=(ticks)) yaxisopts=(griddisplay=on gridattrs=(pattern=Solid
color=lightgray) ) ;
SYMBOLGEN: Macro variable SUB1 resolves to zzzz
MPRINT(FIGURE): drawtext textattrs=(color=black size=10pt weight=bold) "zzzz"/ anchor=topright width=15
widthunit=percent xspace=wallpercent yspace=wallpercent x=80 y=80 justify=center ;
MPRINT(FIGURE): seriesplot x=x1 y=y1 / name="linechart" group=avisit2 lineattrs=(thickness=2 pattern=Solid);
MPRINT(FIGURE): endlayout;
MPRINT(FIGURE): endcell;
MPRINT(FIGURE): cell;
MPRINT(FIGURE): layout overlay / xaxisopts=( gridattrs=(pattern=dot color=black) linearopts=(viewmax=12 viewmin=0
tickvaluesequence=(start=0 end=12 increment=2))) yaxisopts=(griddisplay=on gridattrs=(pattern=Solid color=lightgray));
SYMBOLGEN: Macro variable SUB2 resolves to xxxx
MPRINT(FIGURE): drawtext textattrs=(color=black size=10pt weight=bold) "xxxx"/ anchor=topright width=15
widthunit=percent xspace=wallpercent yspace=wallpercent x=80 y=80 justify=center ;
MPRINT(FIGURE): seriesplot x=x2 y=y2 / name="linechart" group=avisit2 lineattrs=(thickness=2 pattern=Solid);
MPRINT(FIGURE): discretelegend "linechart";
MPRINT(FIGURE): endlayout;
MPRINT(FIGURE): endcell;
MPRINT(FIGURE): endlayout;
MPRINT(FIGURE): endgraph;
MPRINT(FIGURE): end;
NOTE: Overwriting existing template/link: Linechart
NOTE: STATGRAPH 'Linechart' has been saved to: WORK.TEMPLAT
NOTE: PROCEDURE TEMPLATE used (Total process time):
real time 0.01 seconds
cpu time 0.01 seconds


MPRINT(FIGURE): run;
MPRINT(FIGURE): proc sgrender data=b template=linechart;
MPRINT(FIGURE): run;

WARNING: DISCRETELEGEND statement not under LAYOUT GLOBALLEGEND is ignored when there is a LAYOUT GLOBALLEGEND.
NOTE: This SAS session is using a registry in WORK. All changes will be lost at the end of this session.
NOTE: There were 90 observations read from the data set WORK.B.
NOTE: PROCEDURE SGRENDER used (Total process time):
real time 1.45 seconds
cpu time 0.51 seconds


MLOGIC(FIGURE): %DO loop index variable I is now 2; loop will not iterate again.
MLOGIC(FIGURE): %DO loop index variable O is now 2; loop will not iterate again.
MLOGIC(FIGURE): Ending execution.
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1942 ods rtf close;

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ballardw
Super User

I'm not sure as I have nothing to test with but I think you are running into a violation of this restriction in the Globallegend

  • The individual legends in the global legend can be arranged in a single row or a single column only.

Your code is using:

discretelegend "Day -1" "Day 3" "Day 8" "Day 15" /autoitemsize=true DISPLAYCLIPPED=true across=2;

and I think that the across=2 is going to try to make a two column two row display for that Discretelegend. Which would place one of the "rows" or "columns" outside of the global legend.

Again, I think.

I would suggest testing with Across=4 as something I think should be easy to test. If that does then if you are wanting a two rwo two column appearance use two Discrete legend statements, each with the Across=2

discretelegend "Day -1" "Day 3" /autoitemsize=true DISPLAYCLIPPED=true across=2;
discretelegend  "Day 8" "Day 15" /autoitemsize=true DISPLAYCLIPPED=true across=2;

I think that makes two items that are single rows. Again not at all tested as I have nothing to test any similar code with.

Stephen_Q
Fluorite | Level 6
Thanks for your suggestion,but I testing with Across=4 also have a warning,it's the same as Across=2.

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