This is the 9th installment of the "Getting Started" series, and the audience is the user who is new to the SG Procedures. It is quite possible that an experienced users may also find some useful nuggets here. In this article, we will cover the basics of the BUBBLE plot.
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Are you ready for the supermoon on December 14? This will actually be the 3rd supermoon in 2016! With these big-looking full moons we're having this year, I got to wondering exactly how big is the moon compared to Earth? This seems like a good question to answer with some
Bubble Plots provide additional ways to visualize your data. The plot supports display of multiple response characteristics of the data in one graph. Bubble plots were introduced with SAS 9.3 in GTL and SG Procedures. A bubble is drawn at each (x, y) point in the graph, and each bubble is
SAS 9.4 maintenance release M2 was released early in August. This release contains some exciting new features in GTL and SG Procedures. In this article, I will describe some of the new options added to the existing plot statements. Note, I will use the SG examples here, but these are
I bet a lot of SAS users know where the phrase "Live Long and Prosper" comes from ... but can we use SAS software to also help analyze 'how long'? This blog posting shows several different kinds of SAS graphs that can help answer such a question! Let's start with
Are you a fan of Hans Rosling's famous bubble plots? ... Then why not learn how to create your own bubble plots in SAS University Edition?!? :) Perhaps you saw my SAS/GRAPH imitation of Hans Rosling's animation in a previous blog (see a snapshot of my graph below)? Or perhaps the SGPLOT
Bubble plots are often used to display social and economic data as Gapminder effectively does. With the addition of the BUBBLEPLOT statement to SAS 9.3, it is now possible to create bubble plots in SAS with a few lines of code: proc template; define statgraph bplot; begingraph; entrytitle 'Bubble Plot