The HIGHLOW Plot

SG Procedures and GTL provide you with a large set of plot statements, such as BarChart, ScatterPlot, BoxPlot and more.  You can use them for the intended purpose, and all is well and good.  However, the real fun starts when you leverage a plot to do something that was not […]

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G100 with SGPLOT

The GCHART procedure has a popular option called G100 to display all the subgroups in % format such that all the subgroup values add up to 100% for each group.   Each subgroup is labeled with its own % values. SGPLOT procedure does not such an option, but with a little bit of […]

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Layered graphs

Browsing graphs on the web, this graph caught my eye:  The Arctic Sea Ice Volume Graph.   My interest is not so much in the debate on Climate Change or Global Warming.  To me, this graph has some interesting features that can help show the benefits of plot layering to […]

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Clark Error Grid Graph

The SAS Global Forum conference last week was awesome.  From the perspective of graphics, there were more papers from uses on graphics and ODS graphics then in recent times.  I will post a summary shortly. One of the interesting papers was "#113-2013 - Creating Clark Error Grid using SAS/GRAPH and Annotate..." […]

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Custom Box Plots

A frequent question we get from users is how to create a box plot with custom whiskers lengths.  Some want to plot the 10th and 90th percentile, while other want the 5th and 95th percentiles.  The VBOX statement in the SGPLOT  procedure does not provide for custom whiskers.  Also, unlike GTL, […]

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