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Example 9.16: Small multiples

November 29, 2011
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Example 9.16: Small multiples

Small multiples are one of the great ideas of graphics visionary Edward Tufte (e.g., in Envisioning Information). Briefly, the idea is that if many variations on a theme are presented, differences quickly become apparent. Today we offer general guida...
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Example 9.16: Small multiples

November 29, 2011
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Example 9.16: Small multiples

Small multiples are one of the great ideas of graphics visionary Edward Tufte (e.g., in Envisioning Information). Briefly, the idea is that if many variations on a theme are presented, differences quickly become apparent. Today we offer general guida...
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How to create Global or Local macro variables: (%Global / %Local)

September 10, 2010
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Global Macro Variables:The global macro variable gets created during the initialization of a SAS session and its get deleted at the end of the session. Global macro variable cane be created with
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“call symputX” is the symput upgrade

July 20, 2010
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SymputX is the upgrade from Call Symput. Syntax: call symputx(“macro_var_name”, character_value (or numeric to be converted to char), symbol table def); Where symput will produce a note about converting character values to numeric, symputx won’t produce such a note. Additionally it will strip leading and trailing spaces form the character value. Lastly, you can...
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Example 8.2: Digits of Pi, redux

July 12, 2010
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In example 8.1, we considered some simple tests for the randomness of the digits of Pi. Here we develop a different test and implement it. If each digit appears in each place with equal and independent probability, then the places between recurrences...
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