The PharmaSUG 2018 conference was held two weeks ago, with great enthusiasm and a record attendance. The highlight for me was the large spread on visual presentation of data, from papers to poster presentations. I will provide a more detailed report on all the exciting graphical presentations. One topic of
A while back a user requested to create a 3D WaterFall chart as presented by E Castanon Alvarez et. al. in "3D waterfall plots: a better graphical representation of tumor response in oncology" Annals of Oncology, Volume 28, Issue 3, 1 March 2017, Pages 454–456. I posted a blog article titled
The LOESS statement in PROC SGPLOT finds a fit function while making no assumptions about the parametric form of the regression function.
This article is motivated by a recent question on the SAS Communities board. This user wants to create a series or spline plot where the attributes of the line (color, thickness) can be changed based on another variable. In this case it may be a binary variable with "0" and
You can use penalized B-splines display a smooth curve through a set of data. The PBSPLINE statement fits spline models, displays the fit function(s), and optionally displays the data values.
A common request on the communities page is to place data labels on horizontal bar charts. Often users want to display stacked horizontal bar charts, with the values displayed for each segment and the overall value of the bar itself as shown in the example below. In this example, the