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SAS ODS Graphics Designer by Example by Jeanette Bottitta, Sanjay Matange

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Preface

SAS has always provided powerful syntax-based procedures to create graphs. In SAS 9.2, SAS analytical procedures generated modern statistical graphs automatically with tables. New statistical graphics (SG) procedures and the Graph Template Language (GTL) were released, greatly enhancing the user’s ability to create modern statistical and analytical graphs.

However, there is a segment of the SAS user community who prefers to create graphs using an interactive application. Often, these users do their data analysis in SAS, and then they export their data to third-party applications to create the graphs. These users have long desired an interactive application in SAS for creating graphs.

With SAS 9.2 Phase 2, the SAS ODS Graphics Designer ...

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