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Learning SAS by Example by Ron Cody

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Chapter 20. Generating High-Quality Graphics

20.1

Introduction

412

20.2

Some Basic Concepts

412

20.3

Producing Simple Bar Charts Using PROC GCHART

413

20.4

Creating Pie Charts

415

20.5

Creating Bar Charts for a Continuous Variable

416

20.6

Creating Charts with Values Representing Categories

418

20.7

Creating Bar Charts Representing Sums

420

20.8

Creating Bar Charts Representing Means

422

20.9

Adding Another Variable to the Chart

423

20.10

Producing Scatter Plots

425

20.11

Connecting Points

427

20.12

Connecting Points with a Smooth Line

430

20.13

Problems

431

Introduction

This chapter introduces some basic concepts behind SAS/GRAPH software. Here you will see how to create simple bar charts, scatter plots, and line graphs. There are many excellent books and manuals available from SAS ...

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