Date: Thu, 4 Sep 2003 09:20:11 -0400
Reply-To: Mike Swift <mswift@AESSUCCESS.ORG>
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From: Mike Swift <mswift@AESSUCCESS.ORG>
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Using SAS/EIS and SAS/MDDB, I would like to create a graph similar to the
one below, showing the number of awards by type of school.
(Embedded image moved to file: pic31801.pcx)
This would fall under the Business Graphs/Plots type of object, but since I
have created an MDDB, it will not allow me to use it to create the graph.
I have already used the MDDB to create several other multidimensional
graphs and charts, but am finding that there are several that I would like
to create that I can not because the data is in the MDDB format. Has
anyone else experienced this? Have you been able to work around this? Can
I use other SAS procs to create graphs and then store them as applications
to be accessed through EIS?
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