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Subject: RE: [CTPP] geocoding in SAS
From: "Seitz, Leonard E@DOT" <leonard.seitz(a)dot.ca.gov>
Date: 8/9/2016 11:43 AM
To: "Portillo, Diana M@DOT" <diana.portillo(a)dot.ca.gov>ov>,
This SAS/Graph Procedure should work:
Overview: GINSIDE Procedure
The GINSIDE procedure compares a data set of X and Y coordinates to a
map data set containing map polygons. The procedure determines whether
the X and Y coordinates for each point fall inside or outside of the map
polygons. If the point falls inside a polygon, then the ID variable is
set to the ID value of that polygon. For example, if a map contains
states, then the ID variable of the output data set is set to the state
that contains the point. The GINSIDE procedure can be used with the
SAS/GRAPH map data sets and the results can be used to annotate onto a
map with the GMAP procedure.
Note: Avoid unpredictable map results with points that fall on the
border of a polygon by using the INCLUDEBORDER option. This option
includes points that are on the border of a polygon in the output data
set. These points are identified by the variable named _ONBORDER_ with a
value of 1.
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From: Portillo, Diana M@DOT
Sent: Tuesday, August 09, 2016 8:38 AM
To: Seitz, Leonard E@DOT <leonard.seitz(a)dot.ca.gov>
Subject: FW: [CTPP] geocoding in SAS
Can you help?
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