Tag: Getting Started with SGPLOT

The SGPLOT procedure creates single-cell graphs by using the process of plot layering.  Such graphs are commonly used in Financial, Insurance, Manufacturing and Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research domains.  Many graphs can be created by using a single plot statement.  Complex graphs can be created by layering multiple statements.  SGPLOT embodies the call to “make simple graphs easy and complex graphs possible”.

Getting started with SGPLOT? You’ve come to the right place.

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The Power of Stacking

Amazing things can be created when you start with small pieces and stack them together. Just ask Bryan Berg. He is the current world record holder for the tallest house of cards. This same principle can be applied to the SGPLOT and SGPANEL procedures. You can take the individual plot

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Getting started with SGPLOT - Part 10 - Regression Plot

The REG statement fits linear regression models, displays the fit functions, and optionally displays the data values. You can fit a line or a polynomial curve. You can fit a single function or when you have a group variable, fit multiple functions.

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Getting started with SGPLOT - Part 9 - Bubble Plot

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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Getting started with SGPLOT - Part 8 - Horizontal HighLow Plot

On a recent visit to an In-House Users Group meeting at a Pharmaceutical company, I presented a 1/2 day seminar on creating Clinical Graphs using SG Procedures.  Polling the audience for their experience with these procedures indicated that many SAS users are not familiar with these new ways to create graphs. So,

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Basic ODS Graphics: Axis Options

In this post, I will review some of graphs from previous posts while concentrating on just the axes, grid lines, and reference lines. They might not be the most exciting parts of a graph, but there are multiple options that when properly used can turn a good graph into a great graph.

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Getting Started with SGPLOT - Part 5 - Histograms

This is the 5th installment of the Getting Started series.  The audience is the user who is new to the SG Procedures.  Experienced users may also find some useful nuggets of information here. A histogram reveals features of the distribution of the analysis variable, such as its skewness and the peak which

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Getting Started with SGPLOT - Part 4 - Series Plot

This is the 4th installment of the Getting Started series.  The audience is the user who is new to the SG Procedures.  Experienced users may also find some useful nuggets of information here. Series plots are frequently used to visualize a numeric response on the y-axis by another numeric variable on

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Getting started with SGPLOT - Part 3 - VBOX

This is the 3rd installment of the Getting Started series, and the audience is the user who is new to the SG Procedures.  Experienced users may also find some useful nuggets here. The Tukey box plot is popular among statisticians for viewing the distribution of an analysis variable with or without

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Getting started with SGPLOT - Index

Index of articles on "Getting Started with SGPLOT Procedure".   Getting Started with SGPLOT - Part 1 - Scatter Plot.   Getting Started with SGPLOT - Part 2 - VBAR.   Getting Started with SGPLOT - Part 3 - VBOX.   Getting Started with SGPLOT - Part 4 - Series Plot.   Getting Started with

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Getting started with SGPLOT - Part 2 - VBAR

This is the 2nd 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. One of the most popular and useful graph types is the Bar

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Basic ODS Graphics Examples

I have written a new book: Basic ODS Graphics Examples. It is available as a free PDF file on the web. It is in color, and all of the SAS code is available by double clicking a link at the beginning of each example. This new book complements my other

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Visual Index

Some of you may have already noticed the small graphical icon on the lower right side of the blog article labeled "Graphically Speaking Index".   Yes, it is a link to a visual index for all articles published in this blog.  Well, eventually it will have all the articles. So far, I