Posts Tagged ‘ Graph ’

Born to be wild – analyzing motorcycle data

June 29, 2015
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What is it that people like so much about motorcycles? The thrill/excitement/freedom of riding them, the 'biker image' portrayed in movies, or great songs such as Little Honda by the Hondells? I'm not a biker per say, but I do have a couple of motorcycles, and am a known associate

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Is Greece in hot water, financially?

June 26, 2015
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Greece has been in the news lately, trying to secure funds to repay 1.5 billion euros to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) by the end of the month. And as luck would have it, there is some data available and some graphs to be created ... I love this job!

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Cars versus drivers: Who’s safer?

May 29, 2015
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A recent news report shows an unexpected spike in traffic fatalities here in the US in 2015. This got me wondering what the data shows ... for the past 100 years or so... Driving was a lot more dangerous in the early days. If you were in a wreck, you

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SAS/GRAPH: Intermediate Tricks (a Handbook for the Wizard’s Apprentice)

May 5, 2015
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Did you ever wish you could master SAS/GRAPH, and create graphs and maps that were customized exactly like you wanted them? Then this free eBook is for you! Probably the most memorable book for me was the Necronomicon in the Army of Darkness movie. How many of you liked that

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Best of SAS: A Personal Nomination 2012

December 31, 2012
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Best of SAS: A Personal Nomination 2012

There SAS applications/procedures/features were not necessarily available since 2012. This year I paid special attention to them when began to use SAS 9.3. The following notes are  totally my personal endorsement purely based my own experience as a user: XML File Reading: SAS XML Mapper SAS XML Mapper itself is not an elegant tool...
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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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Do you use SAS for analytics and Excel for graphs?

August 10, 2012
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Do you use SAS for analytics and Microsoft Excel for graphs? Why not use SAS for your graphs too?!?  Then you could completely automate the entire process in one SAS program, with no manual steps! A lot of people use Excel to create their graphs be...
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Digital Life and Personal Data Analysis

April 5, 2012
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Digital Life and Personal Data Analysis

This picture (by newsobserver.com) took from Wake County Library Book Fair in North Carolina Fairground where I also went to pick up some books. I was and still is a big book (almost paper books) fan. But when I was standing among the 450,000 used books in the book fair, I felt depressed and...
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