SAS/GRAPH: Beyond the Basics

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SAS Institute, Feb 1, 2012 - Computers - 250 pages
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Robert Allison's SAS/GRAPH: Beyond the Basics collects examples that demonstrate a variety of techniques you can use to create custom graphs using SAS/GRAPH software. SAS/GRAPH is known for its flexibility and power, but few people know how to use it to its full potential. Written for the SAS programmer with experience using Base SAS to work with data, the book includes examples that can be used in a variety of industry sectors. SAS/GRAPH: Beyond the Basics will help you create the exact graph you want.
 

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Contents

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Using PROC GREPLAY For Custom Dashboard Layout
7
Paneling Multiple Graphs on a Page
17
Using an Image As Part of the Graph
27
Customizing a Map
33
Overlay G3D Surfaces
41
Adding Border Space
47
Determine Customers Within Map Borders
55
Custom Waterfall Chart
109
Plotting Data on Floor Plans
117
Custom Calendar Chart
127
Fancy Line Graph With Broken Axis
141
Drilldown Link to an HTML Anchor
149
Time Series Strip Plot
157
GIF Animation
163
Using SASIntrNet with Graphs
169

Determine Customers Within Circular Radius
63
Custom Box Plots
65
Using Company Logos in Graphs
71
Annotated Map Borders
77
Population Tree Charts
87
Sparkline Table
97
Plotting Coordinates on a Map
175
Plotting Coverage Areas on a Map
185
Plotting Multiple Graphs on the Same Page
193
An Advanced Dashboard
201
Index
227
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Robert Allison is a development tester for SAS Institute Inc., where he uses SAS products on real-world data and reports problems and feature requests to research and development. A SAS employee and SAS user since the early 1990s, he specializes in SAS/GRAPH and Base SAS (SQL, data steps, merging, transposing, and so on) to prepare the data to be graphed. Robert received his Ph.D. from North Carolina State University and has written and coauthored several papers for SAS Users Group International (SUGI), Regional Conferences, and SAS Global Forum.

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