Similar question was asked by me a couple of weeks ago, here is the
Unfortunately, I haven't seen any **SIMPLE** solution yet.
On Fri, 15 Jun 2007 13:57:13 -0500, Deborah Wentworth <debby@CCBR.UMN.EDU>
>I have a graph I'm trying to generate, relevant statements below:
>symbol1 interpol=j L=2 ;
>symbol2 interpol=j L=1 ;
>symbol3 interpol=j L=1 ;
>symbol4 interpol=j L=1 ;
>symbol5 interpol=j L=1 ;
>symbol6 interpol=j L=1 ;
>proc gplot data=mout;
> plot qtc * timept = id / vaxis = axis2 haxis = axis1 noframe;
> plot2 fake * timept = id / vaxis = axis3 noframe;
>The first value of ID is actually an overall mean, and I'd like to plot
>this mean using a dashed line, while plotting all the individual IDs with
>a solid line.
>This works fine when I omit the plot2 statement. This statement does not
>plot any data, but is only used to generate a right y-axis.
>Is there a *simple* way that I can tell SAS that I want the SYMBOL
>statement to be tied to the value of the variable ID even though I'm
>using a plot2 statement?
>Many thanks in advance! If the only solution is a complex one, I think
>I'll give up on the right vertical axis.