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The Little SAS® Book for Enterprise Guide® 4.1 by Lora D. Delwiche, Susan J. Slaughter

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9.3. Simple Line Plots

There are many different types of line plots you can produce using SAS Enterprise Guide. You can plot one or several plots on the same graph, and you can specify different types of interpolation for your plot. If you use a type of interpolation for your plot where the points are connected, make sure that it makes sense to connect the points. You must have SAS/GRAPH software installed on your SAS server to create line plots.

Here is a portion of the NWweather data set, which has been filtered so that only the Seattle data are in the data set. Three variables have been kept: City, Month, and FromNormal (the degrees from normal for the month).

To create a line plot, click the data icon in the Project Explorer or Project Designer ...

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