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Date:         Mon, 20 Dec 2004 09:31:04 -0500
Reply-To:     "Thomas, Robert G (Bob)" <RPT7@CDC.GOV>
Sender:       "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:         "Thomas, Robert G (Bob)" <RPT7@CDC.GOV>
Subject:      Question about inserting an html link between a title statement
              and a Proc GChart.
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SAS-L:, I have a SAS/intrnet (CGI-Broker) program that generates an HTML page. I want to add an HTML link at the top of a chart produced by Proc Gchart. The link would ideally go right below the text produced by the TITLE2 statement (Run report on full 4-char ICD code:).

Can a TITLE statement generate an HTML Link? Can the ANNOTATE file put a link somewhere at the top of the page? Is the Data Step Graphics Interface (DSGI) a possible solution? Will the ODS ESCAPECHAR = parameter help? Any suggestions would be appreciated!

Here is an abbreviated version of the code so far:

*** make annotate file to put percentages beside the bars;; data annotate_file; length function color style $ 8 percent 8 midpoint $6 text $ 50; retain function 'label' color 'black' when 'a' style 'triplex' xsys ysys '2' position '5' size 1.75 hsys '3'; set charttest (keep= newicd deaths); percent=(deaths/&totd)*100; midpoint=newicd; If deaths > 0 then text=left(put((percent/100),percent7.1)); else deaths=.; x=deaths + ((&roundup)*.05); y=deaths/2; run;

TITLE1 j=c f=triplex h=12 pt c=cx002288 "&injtitle - &dcause"; TITLE2 j=l f=triplex h=9 pt c=cx002288 " Run report on full 4-char ICD code:" ;

axis1 label=(j=c "&save_ICDcodeVer" ) ; axis2 label=(j=c "Number of Deaths" j=l) major=(color=blue number=10) minor=(number=1) order=(0 to %eval(&roundup)) by %eval(&roundinc * 2));

proc gchart data=work.charttest; hbar newicd / discrete sumvar=deaths midpoints=&midpoints raxis=axis2 maxis=axis1 annotate=annotate_file cframe="#EEEEEE" autoref clipref html=drillvar name='lead' des='Leading Causes of Death'; run;

Bob Thomas IT Specialist HHS.CDC.NCIPC.OSP 770-488-1978

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