Date: Fri, 10 May 2002 17:05:39 -0500
Reply-To: Larry Hoyle <lhoyle@KU.EDU>
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From: Larry Hoyle <lhoyle@KU.EDU>
Organization: University of Kansas Computing Services
Subject: Re: Heatmaps in SAS?
I stated that one could use only 99 pattern statements based on the SAS
The ever vigilant Mike Zdeb pointed out that he had used more than 99
pattern statements and posted a query to SAS tech support. The official word
is that you should be able to use up to 255 PATTERN statements.
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About that bumper sticker that demands "Question Authority": Who says so?
"Larry Hoyle" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I would combine some elements of Richard's solution with some of your
> original code.
> You can only have 99 pattern statements so instead I would use a single
> solid pattern and a generated color statement. GMAP will repeat the
> once for each color in the list. I put the color cyan at the end of the
> as a marker to show any mistakes.