Posts Tagged ‘ graphics ’

NOTE: Animated Graphics, Courtesy of V9.4 SAS/GRAPH

June 11, 2013
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NOTE: Animated Graphics, Courtesy of V9.4 SAS/GRAPH

There's so much of interest in Rob Allison's recent SAS Training Post blog article Create animations like Hans Rosling! that I don't know where to start! Rob's reference relates to the subject of a 2010 post from me (originally highlighted by a twee...
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NOTE: Infographics with SAS

May 21, 2013
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NOTE: Infographics with SAS

I saw a nice post by Rob Allison last month on creating infographics with SAS. Whilst we mostly endeavour to create hi-fidelity graphics in SAS that show a relatively high volume of detailed graphical information, there are a wide variety of uses for...
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NOTE: Unable to Write to Template Store!

February 4, 2013
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Sometimes you get into a habit that is so deep-seated that you don't realise you're doing it. I was just reminded of a little trick that I regularly use when editing ODS graphics templates. A colleague of mine was using PROC TEMPLATE and getting the f...
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NOTE: An Update on Graphics Procedures

January 23, 2013
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When Phil Holland asked me (and others) to review his upcoming new book Power User's Guide to SAS Graph Templates, I gladly accepted: Phil is a long-standing friend of mine, I've always enjoyed programming with SAS/GRAPH procedures, and I haven't used ...
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Example 10.8: The upper 95% CI is 3.69

December 10, 2012
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Example 10.8: The upper 95% CI is 3.69

Apologies for the long and unannounced break-- the longest since we started blogging, three and a half years ago. I was writing a 2-day course for SAS users to learn R. Contact me if you're interested. And Nick and I are beginning work on the second...
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Example 10.2: Custom graphic layouts

September 17, 2012
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Example 10.2: Custom graphic layouts

In example 10.1 we introduced data from a CPAP machine. In brief, it's hard to tell exactly what's being recorded in the data set, but it seems to be related to the pattern of breathing. Measurements are taken five times a second, leading to on the o...
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NOTE: Farewell to London 2012

August 13, 2012
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NOTE: Farewell to London 2012

This week is going to feel strange. "London 2012" will revert to simply being a reference to London in the year 2012 BC. Since the 2012 Olympics were awarded to London on 6th July 2005, the phrase "London 2012" has held special meaning and anticipati...
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Example 9.38: dynamite plots, revisited

July 16, 2012
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Example 9.38: dynamite plots, revisited

Dynamite plots are a somewhat pejorative term for a graphical display where the height of a bar indicates the mean, and the vertical line on top of it represents the standard deviation (or standard error). These displays are commonly found in many scie...
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