Identifies the map data set and the
response data set that contains
the variables associated with the map. Optionally causes the procedure to
display all map areas and specifies annotation and an output catalog.
|| Both a map data set and a response data set are required.
- names a SAS map data set that contains
the Cartesian coordinates for the boundary points of each map area. The map
data set also must contain the same identification variable or variables as
the response data set.
PROC GMAP statement options affect all of the graphs that
produced by the procedure.
- specifies that all maps generated
by the procedure should include every map area from the map data set, even
if the response data set does not include an observation for the map area.
When ALL is used, the map areas that are not in the response data set are
empty (no pattern fill) and are outlined in the foreground color. To change
the outline color of an empty area, use the CEMPTY= option in the MAP statement.
If you omit this option, the GMAP procedure does not
draw those map areas in the map data set that have no corresponding observations
in the response data set. This is the default behavior.
When you use the ALL option with BY-group processing,
the maps that are generated for each BY group include every map area from
the map data set.
- specifies a data set to annotate
all of the maps that are produced by the GMAP procedure. To annotate individual
maps, use ANNOTATE= in the action statement.
- identifies the SAS data set that
contains the response values that are evaluated and represented on the map.
By default, the procedure uses the most recently created SAS data set.
- specifies the SAS catalog in which
to save the graphics output that is produced by the GMAP procedure. If you
omit the libref, SAS/GRAPH looks for
the catalog in the temporary library called WORK and creates the catalog if
it does not exist.
- creates a SAS data set that contains
information about the graph and about areas in the graph. This information
includes the shape and coordinates of the areas, and is used to build an HTML
file that links the graph areas to other files or images. This linking provides
drill-down functionality on the graph. The Imagemap data set also contains
the information that is stored in the variables referenced by the HTML= and
HTML_LEGEND= options. Therefore, in order to use IMAGEMAP= to create an HTML
file, you must also use the HTML= option or the HTML_LEGEND= option or both.
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