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CynicalFire
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PROC SGPANEL NOAUTOLEGEND DATA=sdhouse;
    PANELBY Section8;
    SERIES X=LinTime Y=Housing / GROUP = ID LINEATTRS =(THICKNESS=1);
    keylegend;
RUN;

My code is listed above. My Y variable, Housing, has 3 levels. I would like to only have level = 1 used. Is there a way to make this work with PROC SGPANEL?

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ballardw
Super User

@CynicalFire wrote:
PROC SGPANEL NOAUTOLEGEND DATA=sdhouse;
    PANELBY Section8;
    SERIES X=LinTime Y=Housing / GROUP = ID LINEATTRS =(THICKNESS=1);
    keylegend;
RUN;

My code is listed above. My Y variable, Housing, has 3 levels. I would like to only have level = 1 used. Is there a way to make this work with PROC SGPANEL?


You can always restrict data with a data set option where clause such as (assuming the value is numeric)

 

PROC SGPANEL NOAUTOLEGEND DATA=sdhouse (where = (housing=1));
   PANELBY Section8;
   SERIES X=LinTime Y=Housing / GROUP = ID LINEATTRS =(THICKNESS=1);
   keylegend; 

RUN;

Many procedure will also allow a WHERE statement

PROC SGPANEL NOAUTOLEGEND DATA=sdhouse;
   where  housing=1;
   PANELBY Section8; 
   SERIES X=LinTime Y=Housing / GROUP = ID LINEATTRS =(THICKNESS=1); 
   keylegend; 
RUN;

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ballardw
Super User

@CynicalFire wrote:
PROC SGPANEL NOAUTOLEGEND DATA=sdhouse;
    PANELBY Section8;
    SERIES X=LinTime Y=Housing / GROUP = ID LINEATTRS =(THICKNESS=1);
    keylegend;
RUN;

My code is listed above. My Y variable, Housing, has 3 levels. I would like to only have level = 1 used. Is there a way to make this work with PROC SGPANEL?


You can always restrict data with a data set option where clause such as (assuming the value is numeric)

 

PROC SGPANEL NOAUTOLEGEND DATA=sdhouse (where = (housing=1));
   PANELBY Section8;
   SERIES X=LinTime Y=Housing / GROUP = ID LINEATTRS =(THICKNESS=1);
   keylegend; 

RUN;

Many procedure will also allow a WHERE statement

PROC SGPANEL NOAUTOLEGEND DATA=sdhouse;
   where  housing=1;
   PANELBY Section8; 
   SERIES X=LinTime Y=Housing / GROUP = ID LINEATTRS =(THICKNESS=1); 
   keylegend; 
RUN;

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