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SAS/GRAPH: Beyond the Basics by Robert Allison

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EXAMPLE 22  Using SAS/IntrNet with Graphs

Purpose: Demonstrate how to use SAS/IntrNet to generate a graph on the fly.

Sometimes it is impractical to create all the thousands of graphs a user might want ahead of time. And sometimes the user might want the graphs to contain the latest and greatest data available. Both of these scenarios can be solved by creating the graphs on the fly using SAS/IntrNet.

When a user navigates to a SAS/IntrNet URL, this triggers a SAS job to run on the server, and the graph is generated and displayed to the user in their browser. If needed, parameters can be passed on the URL, and the values of these parameters can be used in the SAS job to tell the job how to subset the data and so on.

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