About this blogWelcome to Graphically Speaking, a blog by Sanjay Matange focused on the usage of ODS Graphics for data visualization in SAS. The blog will cover topics related to the Statistical Graphics procedures, the Graph Template Language and the ODS Graphics Designer. We will also discuss visualization topics in emerging fields such as interactive data visualization, mobile platforms and HTML5. Articles are also contributed by Dan Heath, Prashant Hebbar and Pratik Phadke. Sanjay and Dan are the co-authors of Statistical Graphics Procedures by Example: Effective Graphs Using SAS
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Prashant Hebbar is a software developer in Data Visualization at SAS. He began his career at SAS in 1997. His areas of expertise are the Graph Template Language (GTL), the ODS Graphics Designer and image formats.
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At the 2012 SAS Global Forum, one of the questions from a user was about showing the original data used for the box plot. While you ...
Most users of the ODS Graphics system have probably had the need to adjust the dimensions of their graph output at times. The ODS GRAPHICS ...