Posts Tagged ‘ GPLOT ’

A beginner’s tutorial on … line plots

August 28, 2013
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Do you know (right off the top of your head) the simple SAS/GRAPH code you would use to create line graphs? ... If not, then this tutorial is for you! A line plot is basically a scatter plot where the markers are connected. A line plot should only be u...
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A beginner’s tutorial on … scatter plots

August 26, 2013
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Scatter plots are probably the simplest kind of graph, and provide a great way to visually look for relationships between two variables.  But, do you know (right off the top of your head) the simple SAS/GRAPH code you would use to create them? ... Thi...
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Talking Turkey with SAS Graphs

November 19, 2012
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Have you heard the expression "Talk Turkey"? Well then, what better (tongue-in-cheek) thing to do around the Thanksgiving holiday, than talk some turkey using SAS Graphs! ;) I don't usually decorate my graphs with images and pictures (they typically ma...
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Finding patterns in big data with SAS/GRAPH

July 27, 2012
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When working with "big data" you usually have too many points to view in a plot, and end up subsetting or summarizing the data. But now, in SAS 9.3, you have an alternative! For example, the following scatter plot of 10,000+ points is just a visual "b...
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PROC GPLOT options: AUTOHREF and AUTOVREF

Use the AUTOHREF and AUTOVREF options on the PLOT statement of PROC GPLOT to draw reference lines at all major tickmarks. Create an annotate data to draw thicker reference lines at the desired tickmarks.goptions reset=all;/* Create sample data */data ...
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