Survival plots are automatically created by the LIFETEST procedure. These graphs are most often customized to fit the needs of SAS users. One way to create the customized survival plot is to save the generated data from the LIFETEST procedure, and then use the SGPLOT procedure to create your custom
This post shows you how to run PROC SGPLOT, create smooth curves by using penalized B-splines, use ODS OUTPUT to create an output data set from PROC SGPLOT, and process it to display drop lines.
Often it is useful to view multiple responses by a common independent variable all in the same plot. SGPLOT procedure and GTL support the ability to view two responses, one each on the Y and Y2 axes by one independent variable (X) in one graph. Yes, you can also have X