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Advanced ODS Graphics: Vector plots and adjusting point labels

A vector plot draws a line (potentially ending in an arrowhead) from one point in a graph to another point. Often, that first point is the origin (0,0) although both PROC SGPLOT and the GTL enable you to specify other points. 761 more words

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Scatter with box

One of the graphs showed a Box Plot of Cholesterol by Death cause along with the display of the actual observations. The main goal for that article was display of statistics with a Box Plot. 561 more words

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Category highlighting

When presenting information in form of a graph we show the data and let the reader draw the inferences. However, often one may want to draw the attention of the reader towards some aspect of the graph or data. 734 more words

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Should we move to Ireland?

Recently, while browsing health care data, I came across the graph shown below. The graph includes the healthy life expectancy at birth by countries in the EU, along with the associated per capita expenditure. 1,108 more words

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Getting Started with SGPLOT - Part 1 - Scatter Plot

I had the pleasure of presenting my paper “Graphs are Easy with SAS 9.4” at the Boston SAS Users Group meeting. The turn out was large and over 75% of the audience appeared to be using SAS 9.4 back home. 1,176 more words

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Getting started with SGPLOT - Part 3 - VBOX

The Tukey box plot is popular among statisticians for viewing the distribution of an analysis variable with or without classifiers. The figure on the right is from the SGPLOT Box Plot documentation showing all the features of the box. 1,019 more words

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Getting Started with SGPLOT - Part 4 - Series Plot

Series plots are frequently used to visualize a numeric response on the y-axis by another numeric variable on the x-axis. Often the variable on the x-axis is a time variable, in which case these are known as TimeSeries plots. 1,222 more words

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