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SAS Programming and Data Visualization Techniques: A Power User’s Guide by Philip R. Holland

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PART III

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Overview

My interest in creating graphs with SAS goes back to the early versions of SAS/GRAPH in SAS 82.4, when I produced plots with mainframe SAS on screen or using pen plotters. In 2006, preproduction ODS Graphics was introduced in SAS 9.1.3, allowing types of graphs that were previously practical only in R to be created in SAS. This part of the book explains how to use ODS Graphics to generate high-quality graphs:

  • Chapter 9, “Introduction to Graph Templates and ODS Graphics Procedures,” introduces graph templates and ODS Graphics procedures, and shows how to create your own graph templates.
  • Chapter 10, “Generating ...

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