Scatter plots are probably the simplest kind of graph, and provide a great way to visually look for relationships between two variables. But, do you know (right off the top of your head) the simple SAS/GRAPH code you would use to create them? ...
This tutorial leads you step-by-step through the process of creating the following six variations of scatter plots, using the simplest and most minimal code possible. Below are examples of the graphs covered in this tutorial, and a link to the tutorial is at the bottom of the blog:
Basic Scatter Plot
Proportional Axes Plot
Filled Bubble Plot
And, as promised, here are links to the pdf files for the tutorial:
I'd love to hear your feedback and suggestions, and whether this kind of tutorial would be useful to you for other types of plots as well (maybe bar charts, maps, etc?) Feel free to leave a comment!
Click here to see my other tutorials on creating basic graphs!