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

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9.4. Multiple Line Plots

Sometimes you may want to put more than one line on a plot. You can plot two different columns on the vertical axes by choosing a column for the left vertical axis and a column for the right. You can also plot only one column, but with separate lines for unique values of a third column. This type of plot is called a multiple line plot by group column. You must have SAS/GRAPH software installed on your SAS server to create line plots.

Here is a portion of the NWweather data set. To create a line plot of the data with separate lines for Seattle and Portland, click the data icon in the Project Explorer or Project Designer to make it active, and select Graph Line Plots. This opens the Line Plot window displaying the Line ...

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