Chapter 7. Traditional SAS Graphics

  • 7.1 Traditional SAS Graphics 238

  • 7.2 Customizing Graphics 238

  • 7.3 Why You Need to Learn about Annotate Data Sets 244

  • 7.4 Case Study: Comparing Distributions of Responses 250

  • 7.5 Descriptive Displays of Spatial Data 254

  • 7.6 Summary 256

  • 7.7 References 257

  • 7.8 Exercises 257

  • 7.9 Appendix: Complete Ohio County Population Data Set 258

7.1 Traditional SAS Graphics

There are many traditional graphics procedures in SAS. These include procedures for producing scatter plots (GPLOT), three-dimensional plots (G3D), contour plots (GCONTOUR), charts (GCHART), and maps (GMAP). These procedures share features such as using the GOPTIONS statement for control and using annotate data sets for enhancements. In this chapter, the focus is on ...

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