You can use a range attribute map to control the mapping of values in a continuous variable to colors. This blog shows you how to use PROC SGPLOT to display multiple plots in the same graph and use range attribute maps.
Did you know that you can make a graph extend across multiple pages? Making a multipage graph poses no problem for ODS Graphics---you simply use a BY variable to create page breaks. Most of the work involves deciding where to break pages and properly labeling continuations.
Recently, while browsing health care data, I came across the graph shown below. The graph…
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.
Today's blog illustrates the REG, PBSPLINE, LOESS, SERIES, and SPLINE statements in PROC SGPLOT. The GROUP= and BREAK options in the SERIES statement are also discussed.
PROC SGPLOT writes a graph template and uses it to create a graph. You can edit the template and then create a modified graph.
I review some fundamental principles of creating axis tables along with graphs that have TYPE=LINEAR or TYPE=DISCRETE axes.
Axis tables enable you to combine tabular and graphical information into a single display. I…
Displaying nicely rendered axis values reduces clutter and makes the graph more readable. With SAS…