Posts Tagged ‘ sgplot ’

Drawing paths on a map using SGplot

April 6, 2017
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For those of you who don't have SAS/Graph's Proc GMap, I recently showed how to 'fake' a variety of maps using Proc SGplot polygons. So far I've written blogs on creating: pretty maps, gradient shaded choropleth maps, and maps with markers at zip codes...
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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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Visualized: US Currency in circulation, past and present

February 9, 2017
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During my morning commute I heard an interesting news story on NPR's Morning Edition about the merits and risks of the $100 bill. Apparently there are a lot of them in circulation, but no one knows exactly where they are. According to the report, they are seldom used for legitimate

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Binge on this series: Fun with ODS Graphics

November 1, 2016
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SAS Community member @tc (a.k.a. Ted Conway) has found a new toy: ODS Graphics. Using PROC SGPLOT and GTL (Graph Template Language), along with some creative data prep steps, Ted has created several fun examples that show off what you can do with a bit of creativity, some math knowledge,

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Boaty McBoatface is on the run

April 6, 2016
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I know what you're thinking: two "Boaty McBoatface" articles within two weeks? And we're past April Fool's Day? But since I posted my original analysis about the "Name our ship" phenomenon that's happening in the UK right now, a new contender has appeared: Poppy-Mai. The cause of Poppy-Mai, a critically

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And it’s Boaty McBoatface by an order of magnitude

March 25, 2016
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In a voting contest, is it possible for a huge population to get behind a ridiculous candidate with such force that no other contestant can possibly catch up? The answer is: Yes. Just ask the folks at NERC, the environmental research organization in the UK. They are commissioning a new

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