Posts Tagged ‘ Maps ’

What to do in Denver, during SAS Global Forum!

March 6, 2018
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Are you going to Denver, Colorado, and wondering what fun/interesting/eclectic things you can do there? Then this is the map for you! For the past couple of years, I've made maps of the city SAS Global Forum is in, pointing out some of the attractions ...
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Converting your old SAS jobs to use the new GfK maps

March 5, 2018
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Do you procrastinate and find excuses to delay doing certain things, even when you know they really ought to be done? And you probably realize that starting those projects is usually the hardest part, eh? Well, I finally started converting hundreds of ...
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Most popular international destination, from each US state

September 27, 2017
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Orbitz recently published a map showing the most popular international travel destination for each of the 50 US states. It was an interesting map ... but of course, me being the Graph Guy, I had to pick it apart and create my own version. Follow along,...
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Plotting markers on a map at zip code locations, using GMap or SGplot

March 29, 2017
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Users frequently ask how to plot their data as markers on a map. There are several ways to do this using SAS software. If you're a Visual Analytics user, you can do it using a point-and-click interface. But if you're a coder, you might need a little he...
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Bringing the heat! – Creating heat maps with proc sgplot …

March 23, 2017
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If you're a fan of SAS' ODS Graphics, you probably know that it does pretty much everything except geographical maps. But it's flexible enough that you can "fake it 'till you make it"! This example describes how to fake a geographical (choropleth) heat...
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How to create a ‘pretty’ map with Proc SGplot

March 21, 2017
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If you give an artist some tools, they can create a pretty picture. Sure, they might have a preferred tool - but they can probably do a pretty decent job no matter what you give them (paint, colored pencils, watercolor, charcoal, etc). And creating pre...
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Analytics – helping your ‘dots’ tell their story

February 28, 2017
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Does your data just look like a bunch of dots? Would you like to bring those dots to life so they can tell their story? This example shows how to make some voter-registration dots a bit more lifelike, so you can see what they're saying. You can apply t...
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Using Chinese characters as labels on SAS Maps

February 7, 2017
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Doing business in a global economy, have you ever found yourself wanting to show Chinese (or Korean, or Japanese) labels on a map? If so, then this blog is for you! Before we get started, here is a photo of some Chinese characters to get you into the mood. This

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