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CE_32T Wed, 8/3/2016, 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM CC-W474
Advanced ODS Graphics Examples in SAS (ADDED FEE) — Professional Development Computer Technology Workshop
You can use SG annotation, modify templates, and change dynamic variables to customize graphs in SAS. Standard graph customization methods include template modification (which most people use to modify graphs that analytical procedures produce) and SG annotation (which most people use to modify graphs that procedures such as PROC SGPLOT produce). However, you can also use SG annotation to modify graphs that analytical procedures produce. You begin by using an analytical procedure, ODS Graphics, and the ODS OUTPUT statement to capture the data that go into the graph. You use the ODS document to capture the values of dynamic variables, which control many of the details of how the graph is created. You can modify the values of the dynamic variables, and you can modify graph and style templates. Then you can use PROC SGRENDER along with the ODS output data set, the captured or modified dynamic variables, the modified templates, and SG annotation to create highly customized graphs. This tutorial is based on the free web book at Prior experience with ODS Graphics is assumed.
Instructor(s): Warren F. Kuhfeld, SAS Institute
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