A few days ago, I posted an article on displaying first N bars from a data set. This is useful when the data is sorted by descending response, and only the first few values are significant. 733 more words

## Tags » Graphically Speaking

#### Tips and Tricks: Managing long category values

Long category values occur frequently in real world use cases. This can happen with graphs for analysis of clinical research data, and also for graphs showing survey data where the question asked may be long (even a paragraph). 697 more words

#### Basic ODS Graphics: Axis Options

In this blog, I will revisit several of his graphs (and a few of mine) while concentrating on only the axes, grid lines, and reference lines. 926 more words

#### Clinical Graphs

This week I had the opportunity to present a 1/2 day seminar on creating clinical graphs using the SG procedures during an In-House SAS Users’ group meeting. 860 more words

#### Clinical graphs: Waterfall plot ++

Waterfall plots have gained in popularity as a means to visualize the change in tumor size for subjects in a study. The graph displays the reduction in tumor size in ascending order with the subjects with the most reduction on the right. 1,163 more words

#### Advanced ODS Graphics: Equated Axes and the Aspect Ratio

Creating a graph that has equated axes is a subject that has been near and dear to my heart since I was in graduate school. Axes are equated when a centimeter on one axis represents the same data range as a centimeter on the other axis. 2,281 more words

#### 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