Date: Fri, 3 Dec 2004 13:27:04 -0800
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From: "David L. Cassell" <cassell.david@EPAMAIL.EPA.GOV>
Subject: Re: gplot question: data transforming
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Ben <benpub7@YAHOO.COM> replied:
> I found this post's title is not good, it can cause misleading. I am
> "data transforming" maybe a better choice.
> when my boss wanted me to draw such kind of graph, I felt dizzy then,
> because I had no idea about it.
> He then showed me the graph somebody else made using STATA. I don't
> how to use STATA, :( . I insist that SAS can do whatever other package
> do... then I posted the help request message here.
I agree. SAS can do tons of stuff.
But you STILL have not fully explained what you want in your plot!
You have a clear view of the plot. You looked at it. But you have not
described that plot well enough for the readers in SAS-L to visualize
you want. That is what is holding everything up. We need you to write
back (to SAS-L, not to individuals) and describe, in detail, what this
plot contains, and what algorithm(s) go into the production. I really
don't see how 'data transforming' describes what you said before, so now
I REALLY don't know what you want.
Oh, and please don't send an attachment.
David Cassell, CSC
Senior computing specialist