Tag: GTL

Data Visualization
Sanjay Matange 0
Polar Graph

There are many situations where it is beneficial to display the data using a polar graph.  Often your data may contain directional information.  Or, the data may be cyclic in nature, with information over time by weeks, or years.  The simple solution is to display the directional or time data

Rick Wicklin 0
Create a surface plot in SAS

This article shows how to visualize a surface in SAS. You can use the SURFACEPLOTPARM statement in the Graph Template Language (GTL) to create a surface plot. But don't worry, you don't need to know anything about GTL: just copy the code in this article and replace the names of

Data Visualization
Warren F. Kuhfeld 0
Annotating multiple panels

In the past few weeks, I have written two blogs on SG annotation and on saving and then modifying the graphs that analytical procedures produce:   Modifying dynamic variables in ODS Graphics   Annotating graphs from analytical PROCs Today, I finish this series with one more blog. This one shows how you

Data Visualization
Sanjay Matange 0
Report from PharmaSUG 2015

PharmaSUG 2015 in Orlando was held at the Renaissance had a record breaking attendance of over 650.  Weather was great, except for a huge downpour on the evening of the last day.  All the popular presenters were in attendance including Art Carpenter, Kirk Lafler, Arthur Li and many others. Presentations

Data Visualization
Sanjay Matange 0
Micro Maps

MicroMaps are a powerful way to display data where the display includes small, lightweight maps to provide geographical information regarding the data.  This geographical information gives clues to the relationship between the data that could lead to more insight. The SAS SG Procedures and GTL do not currently have built-in

Data Visualization
Sanjay Matange 0
Graph Table

A common scenario is where we have a table of multiple measures over time. Here we have a simple example of Frequency and Response by Day.  The Response is a linear function of the Frequency, as shown in the table on the left below. The  shape of the data is

Data Visualization
Sanjay Matange 0
Axis Thresholds

Have you ever wondered why sometimes a SGPLOT or GTL graph has markers drawn beyond the extreme tick and value on an axis and sometimes not?  And, if you prefer your graphs to always have tick values on the axis that cover the whole range of data, how can you

Data Visualization
Sanjay Matange 0
PharmaSUG-China 2014

The Third PharmaSUG-China conference was held in Beijing last week, and I had the pleasure to attend this excellent conference along with a record number of attendees. On Thursday, I presented two 1/2 day seminars on ODS Graphics.  One titled "Advanced Topics in GTL" and another titled "Complex Clinical Graphs

Data Visualization
Sanjay Matange 0
More on Spaghetti Plots

In her article Creating Spaghetti Plots Just got Easy, Lelia McConnell has provided us a glimpse into some new useful features in the SAS 9.4M2 release.  The term Spaghetti plots generally refers to cases where time series plots have to be  identified by multiple group classifications.  The support for the

Data Visualization
Sanjay Matange 0
Epidemic Curve Graph

A few weeks back I wrote an article on Grouped Timeline for creating a stacked timeline for onset of different virus.  The idea in that article was to display a stacked needle on a time axis using a HighLow plot. Such graphs are also referred to as EPI or Epidemic Curve

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