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Graphics

These pages contain links from all parts of our web site about using graphics in SAS.

- SAS Learning Modules
- SAS Seminars
- SAS
Frequently Asked Questions
- What are some of the different symbols that I can use on a scatter plot?
- How can I save a SAS graph to a gif file?
- How can I move text on a plot?
- How can I output a sequence of plots to a single webpage with a frame?
- How can I use proc greplay to display multiple plots at the same time?
- How can I view built-in templates for proc greplay?
- How can I create an interactive 2-D scatter plot as an ActiveX object using ODS?
- How can I create an interactive 3-D scatter plot as an ActiveX object using ODS?
- How can I graph two (or more) groups using different symbols?
- How can I use the SAS output delivery system?
- How do I make a histogram with percentage on top of each bar?
- How do I create statistical graphs in SAS 9.1.3 without proc gplot?
- How can I visualize interactions of continuous variables in multiple regression?

- Textbook
Examples (see section on Graphics)
- Visualizing Data by William S. Cleveland

- SAS
Library
- Introduction to SAS/Graph courtesy of Philip Mason of Wood Street Consulting.
- An Introduction to Publication Quality Graphics in SAS for Windows , adapted from materials created by Professor Oliver Schabenberger.
- Using SAS/GRAPH Software to Create Graphs on the Web by David J. Caira, from SUGI Proceedings, 1999 courtesy of SAS.
- Painless Graphics: The Click, Drag and Drop Approach of Graph-N-Go by Jeff Cartier, courtesy of NESUG
- Are Histograms Giving You Fits? New SAS Software for Analyzing Distributions by Nathan Curtis from WUSS Proceedings, 1999, courtesy of SAS.
- Using SAS/INSIGHT Software as an Introductory Data Mining Platform by Robin Way, from SUGI Proceedings, 1999 courtesy of SAS.
- New Features in SAS/INSIGHT in Version 7 by Marc-david Cohen, Hong Chen, Yang Yuan, and Frederick Wicklin, from SUGI Proceedings, 1998 courtesy of SAS.

- SAS Code Fragments

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