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Jenn2
SAS Employee
Hello Everyone,
Can you answer two questions regarding the conditional highlighting rules for graphs?

1. What is the maximum number of conditional highlighting rules (e.g., if cost is greater than $5000, highlight the graph component with hashmarks) you need to apply to a single graph?

2. A simple conditional highlighting rule has a unidimensional rule that needs to be met in order for highlighting to be applied to the graph component (bar, node, etc.). An example is “if cost is greater than $5000, then highlight with hashmarks.” The dimension is "cost is greater than $5000."

A complex conditional highlighting rule has more than one dimension for each highlighting scheme. An example is “If cost is greater than $5000 and region is exactly equal to South East, highlight the graph with hashmarks.” This rule has two dimensions; cost > $5000 and region = South East.

What is the maximum number of dimensions you would predict to need in the future if you were creating a complex conditional highlighting rule?

If I am confusing you, please ask for clarification. Many thanks for your help in advance!
Jenn2

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