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On the SMOOTHCONNECT option in the SERIES statement

May 30, 2017
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By default, when you use the SERIES statement in PROC SGPLOT to create a line plot, the observations are connected (in order) by straight line segments. However, SAS 9.4m1 introduced the SMOOTHCONNECT option which, as the name implies, uses a smooth curve to connect the observations. In Sanjay Matange's blog,

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Solve mixed-integer linear programming problems in SAS

January 18, 2017
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This article shows how to solve mixed-integer linear programming (MILP) problems in SAS. In a mixed-integer problem, some of the variables in the problem are integer-valued whereas others are continuous. The objective function is a linear function of the variables and the variables can be subject to linear constraints. Last

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Overlay plots on a box plot in SAS: Continuous X axis

June 15, 2016
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I have previously shown how to overlay basic plots on box plots when all plots share a common discrete X axis. It is interesting to note that box plots can also be overlaid on a continuous (interval) axis. You often need to bin the data before you create the plot.

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Overlay plots on a box plot in SAS: Discrete X axis

June 13, 2016
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Box plots summarize the distribution of a continuous variable. You can display multiple box plots in a single graph by specifying a categorical variable. The resulting graph shows the distribution of subpopulations, such as different experimental groups. In the SGPLOT procedure, you can use the CATEGORY= option on the VBOX

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The WHERE clause in SAS/IML

April 4, 2016
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In SAS procedures, the WHERE clause is a useful way to filter observations so that the procedure receives only a subset of the data to analyze. The IML procedure supports the WHERE clause in two separate statements. On the USE statement, the WHERE clause acts as a global filter. The

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Your Lucky Day: Getting to Know the SAS 13.1 Analytics Products

January 20, 2014
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You will never find me walking under a ladder, spilling salt without then throwing a pinch over my shoulder, or letting a penny remain on the sidewalk; I'm incredibly superstitious. In general I consider the number 13 to be unlucky. I'm not quite in tr...
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