GOPTIONS DEVICE SAS PDF

When you use the graphics option DEVICE=GIF, JPEG, SVG, or PNG with a ods listing close; ods html style=statistical; goptions reset=all device=gif; proc. The values displayed are either the defaults of the current device See GOPTIONS Statement for a list of the graphics options that you can set. Graphics Options and Device Parameters Dictionary. SAS System Options Used by SAS/GRAPH. Introduction to System Options. DEVICE= System Option.

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See the statement and procedure chapters for the options that can be used with each. You can use a comma but it is not required to separate a null graphics option from the next one. For information on using device drivers to export graphics output to gopyions files, see Specifying the Graphics Output File Type for Your Graph.

Not every graphics attribute can be set in all three places. Graphics options are additive; that is, the value of a graphics option remains in effect until the graphics option is explicitly changed or reset or until you end your SAS session. Graphics options are additive. Some device drivers also generate both graphics files and HTML files that can be viewed with a Web browser.

In addition, they affect the settings of device parameters, which are defined in the device entry. To change device parameters permanently, you must use the GDEVICE procedure to modify the appropriate device entry or to create a new one. Previous Page Next Page. Device parameters control such characteristics as the appearance of the display, the type of output produced, and the destination of the output.

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Optional Argument options-list can be one or more options as listed and described in the Graphics Options and Device Parameters Dictionary.

Options Used in Both GOPTIONS and OPTIONS Statements

When a session ends, the values of the graphics options return was their default values. Not every graphics attribute can be set in all three places. That is, the value of a graphics option remains in effect until the graphics option is explicitly changed or reset or until your SAS session ends. Details A device driver can direct graphics output to a hardware device, such as a terminal or a printer, or can create an external file in another graphics file format, such as TIF, GIF, or PostScript.

To das an individual option to its default value, submit the option without a value a null graphics option. In addition, they affect the settings of device parameters, which are defined in the device entry.

Previous Page Next Page. For a description of device drivers and for more information on selecting a device entry and changing device parameters, see Using Graphics Devices.

You can control many graphics attributes through statement options, graphics gpotions, device parameters, or a combination of these.

Generating Static Graphics: ACTXIMG and JAVAIMG Devices Compared to GIF, JPEG, SVG, and PNG Devices

Graphics options control characteristics of the graph, such as size, colors, type fonts, fill patterns, and symbols. Graphics Option Processing You can control many graphics attributes through statement options, graphics options, device parameters, or a combination of these. Device parameters control such characteristics as the appearance of the display, the type of output produced, and the destination of the output.

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For information on using device drivers to create output for the Web, see Generating Web Presentations. Some graphics options are supported for specific devices or operating environments only.

SAS System Options: DEVICE= System Option –

When a session ends, the values of the graphics options return to their default values. You can use a comma but it is not required to separate a null graphics option from the next one.

The device driver controls the format of graphics output. Graphics options control characteristics of the graph, such as size, colors, type fonts, fill patterns, and symbols. Graphics Option Processing You can control many graphics attributes through statement options, graphics options, device parameters, or a combination goptoons these.

To change device parameters permanently, you must use the GDEVICE procedure to modify the appropriate device entry or to create a new one. Some graphics options are supported for specific devices or operating environments only. To reset an individual option to its default value, submit the option without a value a null graphics option. Previous Page Next Page.

See the statement and procedure chapters for the options that can be used with each.

Usually a device driver is assigned by default. A device driver can direct graphics output to a hardware device, gooptions as a terminal or a printer, or can create an external file in another graphics file format, such as TIF, GIF, or PostScript.