Date: Thu, 4 Jun 2009 06:49:12 -0400
Reply-To: "Horne, Jim - James S" <Jim.S.Horne@LOWES.COM>
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From: "Horne, Jim - James S" <Jim.S.Horne@LOWES.COM>
Subject: PROC GMAP legend question
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I am using the DISCRETE option in the CHORO statement in PROC GMAP to generate color values for calendar maps. I don't know all possible values the data could contain until I have read it all and it is possible that all possible values will not be represented in the data. Is there a way I can force the legend to have all possible values even if they do not appear in the map itself?
I apologize for the vagueness of the question and the lack of an example but reducing the data to something that could be posted here represents something of a challenge itself. The data consists of actual measured consumption and maximum possible consumption for each observation. I need to show the full range of possible consumption in the legend whether the actual consumption (shown in the map) actual range that high or not.
Thanks in advance,
Large Systems Engineering & Messaging NC4IT
Lowe's Companies, Inc.
1000 Lowe's Boulevard
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