Data Visualization

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Data Visualization | Learn SAS | Programming Tips
Sanjay Matange 0
Series plot with varying attributes

This article is motivated by a recent question on the SAS Communities board.  This user wants to create a series or spline plot where the attributes of the line (color, thickness) can be changed based on another variable. In this case it may be a binary variable with "0" and

Data Visualization | Programming Tips
Lavanya Mandavilli 0
Is it sensitive? Mask it with data suppression

Report data shared by educational institutions, government agencies, healthcare organizations, and human resource departments can contain sensitive or confidential data. Data in such reports are suppressed selectively to protect the identities of individuals or to prevent the report’s audience from easily inferring individual values. The Data Suppression feature in SAS

Analytics | Customer Intelligence | Data Visualization
Gustavo Gutman 0
La analítica al servicio de la experiencia de cliente, repiense su negocio

Los insights de los clientes probablemente sean el instrumento más efectivo para lograr el awareness que desea una marca. Según Gartner, “solo el 23% de las compañías son capaces de integrar insights de clientes en sus operaciones”. Un cliente satisfecho comparte en promedio con 6 personas sus experiencias de compra,

Data Visualization | Learn SAS | Programming Tips
Sanjay Matange 0
HBar with Data Labels

A common request on the communities page is to place data labels on horizontal bar charts.  Often users want to display stacked horizontal bar charts, with the values displayed for each segment and the overall value of the bar itself as shown in the example below. In this example, the

Data Visualization
Ed Odom 0
SGMAP: Using MAPIMPORT for Polygon Maps

An earlier SGMAP blog used the BUBBLE statement to overlay point data on top of an Open Street Map. However, not all map features are points. Some are enclosed areas called polygons. Some map polygons share common borders such as states and counties. Others are separate, non-contiguous regions such as national parks

Data Visualization | Learn SAS | Programming Tips
Sanjay Matange 0
Survival plot with a twist using SGPLOT procedure

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

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