Tag: HighLow Plot

Data Visualization
Sanjay Matange 2
Stock Plots

This weekend I was reviewing my portfolio of stocks as usual.  Yes, I do have a small stock portfolio with a few stocks, and normally I use free stock charting software to review the stock plots.  These sites allow you to view the daily stock prices along with many technical

Data Visualization
Sanjay Matange 4
Polar Graph - Wind Rose

Last week I posted an article on displaying polar graph using SAS.  When the measured data (R, Theta) are in the polar coordinates as radius and angle, then this data can be easily transformed into the XY space using the simple transform shown below.     x=r*cos(theta * PI / 180);     y=r*sin(theta * PI

Data Visualization
Sanjay Matange 3
CandleStick Chart

A HighLow plot is very popular in the financial industry, often used to track the periodic movement of a stock or some instrument or commodity.  The CandleStick Chart is one specific type of high low plot, purportedly originating in Japan for tracking of financial instruments in the rice trade. Creating a

Data Visualization
Sanjay Matange 8
Swimmer plot

At PharmaSUG 2014 in San Diego, I had the pleasure of attending "Swimmer Plot: Tell a Graphical Story of Your Time to Response Data Using PROC SGPLOT", by Stacey Phillips.  In this paper, Stacey presented an interesting graph showing the effects of a study drug on patients' tumor size. Stacey

Data Visualization
Sanjay Matange 3
Grouped Timeline

Recently, a user posed a question on how to plot stacked frequencies on a time axis.  The data included frequencies of different viruses by week.  The data is modified to preserve confidentiality and is shown below. The user's first instinct was to use a bar chart with stacked groups.  This works for automatically computing frequencies

Data Visualization
Sanjay Matange 3
Schedule Chart

Last week Bruno asked about creating a Schedule Chart using SG Procedures.  To me, such projects are very interesting and challenging...How much mileage can we get out of the current set of SGPLOT procedure features to create a visual that was not part of the original requirements? The clear choice for

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