## Tag: SGPANEL

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SAS graphs for R programmers - paneled graphs

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

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Visualizing COVID-19 data using SGPLOT and SGPANEL

As we continue to process and understand the ongoing effects of the novel coronavirus, many of us have grown used to viewing COVID-19 dashboards and visualizations, including this popular coronavirus dashboard from SAS. If you are more accustomed to building graphs and visualizations using the SGPLOT and SGPANEL procedures, this

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How to prepare (your graphs) for flu season

The flu season has started here in the U.S., and according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) data it has caused 214 deaths in the first week of 2020. Is this number higher, or lower, than usual? When does the flu season start, and how long does

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Diving deeper into a mortgage rate graph

Did you recently lock in a mortgage rate of 3.5-5%, or perhaps even lower? How do today's rates compare to rates in the past? Let's dig a little deeper into this topic, with some graphs! But before we get started, here's a picture to get you into the mood for

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Does low unemployment mean there are job openings?

In the past, I created some graphs about our record low unemployment rate (US unemployment, and state-level unemployment), but does low unemployment also mean there are jobs available? Let's have a look at the data!... Existing Graphs I knew I couldn't be the only one interested in this kind of

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How deadly was the flu in 2019?

Here in the US, there's a lot of talk about the flu each year. First, people discuss whether or not to get the flu shot. Then there are discussions about whether or not you or your friends have the flu (or something else). Then the discussions about what strain of

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A periodic table to help you with your SAS ODS graphics!

There were 97 e-posters in The Quad demo room at SAS Global Forum this year. And the one that caught my eye was Ted Conway's "Periodic Table of Introductory SAS ODS Graphics Examples." Here's a picture of Ted fielding some questions from an interested user... He created a nice/fun graphic,

Data Visualization
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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

Data Visualization
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Infographics using SAS

Infographics are all the rage today.  Open any magazine or newspaper and we see data and numbers everywhere.  Often, such information is displayed by adding some graphical information to add context to the data.  A couple of good examples are Communicating numeric information, and Facts about Hot Dogs. Riley Benson, our UX

Data Visualization
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Dual Response Axis Graphs

Often we need graphs that display two or more responses by the same category values.  In many cases it is useful to plot both responses on the same response (Y) axis.  This can be helpful to understand the data and compare the magnitudes side by side.  This works when the scales

Data Visualization
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Likert Graphs

Just this morning I received a request for a brief survey from Apple on my feedback about the new iPhone6+.  Yes, I finally got one, dead last in the family.  The survey followed the usual format, with a number of questions on what I like or dislike about it, with

Data Visualization
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Sochi Medal Graphs

The attention of the world is now on Sochi and the Winter Games.  Gold, Silver and Bronze medals are being earned by these amazing athletes, and everyone has an eye on the tally.  Andre sent me a link to TRinker's R Blog, showing a graph of the current tally.  Andre

Data Visualization
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Report from PharmaSUG 2013

The PharmaSUG 2013 conference in Chicago this week was awesome.  From the perspective of graphics, there was great interest in using SG Procedures, Designer and GTL for building clinical graphs.  It was nice to see many papers by users on how they are using these tools for creating graphs on a daily

Programming Tips
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World Statistics, FTW!

Yesterday, I was in the #raganSAS audience as David Pogue told me What's New and What's Next in the world of technology. David is a great presenter, and he really had the audience engaged as he talked about augmented reality, his world according to Twitter, and an iPhone app that