This is another in my series of blog posts where I take a deep dive into converting R graphs into SAS graphs. Today we'll be working on pie charts. I know, I know ... you visualization 'purists' might be wagging your finger at me, and saying "pie charts are no good."

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This is another in my series of blog posts where I take a deep dive into converting customized R graphs into SAS graphs. Today we'll be working on bar charts ... And to give you a hint about what data I'll be using this time, here's a picture from a SAS

This is another in my series of blog posts where I take a deep dive into converting customized R graphs into SAS graphs. Today we'll be working on shapefile maps ... And what data will we be using this time? Here's a hint - the picture below is the Aurora

This is another in my series of blog posts where I take a deep dive into converting customized R graphs into SAS graphs. Today we'll be working on bubble maps - specifically, plotting earthquake data as bubbles on a map. R bubble map, created using geom_polygon() and geom_point() SAS bubble

This is another in my series of blogs where I take a deep dive into converting customized R graphs into SAS graphs. Today I show how to combine several graphs with shared axes, which we'll call paneled graphs. This time I'll be plotting the Job Openings Rate by Industry, similar

This is another in my series of blogs where I take a deep dive into converting a customized R graph into a SAS graph. Today I'm focusing on a diverging bar chart (where one bar segment is above the zero line, and the other is below). What type of data

This is another in my series of blogs where I take a deep dive into converting a customized R graph into a SAS ODS Graphics graph. Can you guess what data I'll be using this time? Here's a photo with a hint. This is Keeler, California (just west of Death

This is another in my series of blogs where I take a deep dive into converting a customized R graph into a SAS ODS Graphics graph. This time the example is a needle plot (that's essentially like a bar plot, with lots of tiny bars, plotted along a continuous xaxis).

In the past, Sanjay showed how to create several basic graphs using both R and SAS ODS Graphics code. I'm going to take a bit of a "deeper dive" and focus a series of blog posts on highly customized graphs. Hopefully the code for these customizations will provide you with