We often say a picture (or graph) is worth a thousand words. So, recursively, this could apply to other text in the graph. I thought it would be interesting to see if we can create a graph with visual categories. Another benefit is that such visual categories are inherently meaningful
In his recent blog article on Drawing Paths on a Map using SGPLOT, Robert Allison showed us visually the path computed by the captain of his return flight from Orlando. As usual, one can rely on Robert to put in visual form some interesting bit of information. Thanks, Robert. I
This blog shows you how to make a bar chart and an X-axis table; ensure consistency in the order of the legend, bar subgroups, and axis table rows; coordinate the colors for each of those components; and drive all the color choices from an attribute map.
SAS Global Forum 2017 is around the corner and SAS users are gearing up to travel to Orlando for a blockbuster conference. ODS Graphics is now a well known component of Base SAS and many readers of this blog who are proficient users of SG Procedures and GTL can look
This article is motivated by a recent question on the Communities Web Site on creating a scatter plot with additional summary information. Recently, I described how to create a scatter plot with a box overlay. While such graphs have been discussed in earlier posts, this article provided a visual benefit
This is the 4th installment of the Getting Started series. The audience is the user who is new to the SG Procedures. Experienced users may also find some useful nuggets of information here. Series plots are frequently used to visualize a numeric response on the y-axis by another numeric variable on