ODS Graphics is easy. All you need to do is ensure that ODS Graphics is enabled and analytical procedures automatically produce graphs. ODS Graphics is extensible. You can easily create your own graphs by using procedures such as SGPLOT, SGPANEL, and SGSCATTER. ODS Graphics is customizable. You can use techniques such as advanced options, SG Annotation, template modification, attribute maps, the ODS document, and many other techniques to create customized graphs. The combination of the simple and more advanced options enable you to make a wide variety of graphs. For more information, see Basic ODS Graphics Examples and Advanced ODS Graphics Examples.
In the previous Graphically Speaking blog for PROC SGMAP, you used PROC GPROJECT so map regions would match OpenStreetMap and Esri background images. This time, the same British Columbia shapefile is used with: PROC GREMOVE to remove unwanted boundary lines PROC GREDUCE to reduce map data PROC GPROJECT to zoom