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Data Visualization
Sanjay Matange 0
LFT Panels

CTSPedia.org is a website of Knowledge Base for Clinical and Translational Research.  On this site you can find sample graphs for statistical analysis of safety data for Clinical Research.  Graphs included in this resource have been submitted by contributors, and include a graph for Liver Function for different tests by treatment.

Data Visualization
Sanjay Matange 0
Bar chart with response sort

A graph in a recent article in Fortune magazine caught my eye.  The graph shows the cost of hosting the Summer Olympics over the past eight events.  Here is what I termed the "Medal" graph. Now, practitioners of the art of Effective Graphics would likely find some shortcomings in the graph.  Clearly

Data Visualization
Sanjay Matange 0
Broken Y-Axis with SAS 9.2

In the previous post on Broken Y-Axis, I reviewed different ways to display data as a Bar Chart, where the response values for some categories are many orders of magnitude larger than the other values.  These tall bars force  the display of other values to be squeezed down thus making it harder to compare

Data Visualization
Sanjay Matange 0
Broken Y-Axis

Often we want to display data as a bar chart where a few observations have large values compared to the rest.  Comparison between the smaller values becomes hard as the small bars are squeezed by the tall bars.  Here is an example data, and a bar chart showing the data. The large values

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Sanjay Matange 0
PharmaSUG 2012 update

PharmaSUG 2012 conference drew to a close today, concluding two and a half days packed with papers, presentations, posters, hands-on demos and super demos by SAS staff.  While the weather outside was a bit chilly from time to time, the conference what hopping with many user papers on how to

Data Visualization
Sanjay Matange 0
Axis values and hint

Getting the axis values just right generally requires some work, and the values you want can change from case to case.  One such example was discussed by Dan Heath in his post on custom axis values.  Here Dan shows the usage of non uniform axis values using the VALUES option on

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Sanjay Matange 0
Just a legend, please

Recently, an interesting question was posed on the previous article on this blog by a reader.  Can we use the new DiscreteAttrMap feature to create just a legend with specific entries, with no graph.  The question was intriguing enough that I did not wait to ask - "Why?".  I just got

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