Hi SAS fellow SAS Users -
I am stuck trying to add a dashed line to a solid line graph. The graph I currently have is attached. Each line is supposed to represent a different worker, but because there are 16 different workers the colors repeat themselves. Is there a way to add a dashed line to differentiate the workers that have the same color?
@ryan_ladhs see if this solution works for you.
Him just getting curious!
What do you want to show/"say" with that graph?
Why do you need to display all 16 in the same graph?
It already look very "messy" and changing som of the lines to dotted, would not make it less "messy" 🙂
One way could be to add multi-selection-list that allow the user to compare some of the worker at a the same time.
Another would be to rank the workers (if applicable) for example in a bar chart and when one (or more) of the bars are selected show the coresponding trend in a line graph.
Any how I would go for another solution then just changing the lines to dotted 🙂
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