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CE_28T Wed, 8/6/2014, 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM CC-154
Creating Statistical and Clinical Graphics in SAS®   — Professional Development Computer Technology Workshop
Effective graphics are indispensable in modern statistical analysis. SAS provides statistical graphics through ODS Graphics, functionality that is used by statistical procedures to create statistical graphics as automatically as they create tables. ODS Graphics is also used by a family of Base SAS procedures designed for graphical exploration of data. This tutorial is intended for statistical users and covers the use of ODS Graphics from start to finish. You will learn how to: view graphs created by statistical procedures, make immediate changes to your graphs using a point-and-click editor, use the SGPLOT, SGPANEL, SGSCATTER and SGRENDER procedures to create a wider variety of statistical graphs, use the SGPLOT procedure to create sophisticated modern graphs consisting of multiple graphical components, access and manage your graphs for inclusion in Web pages, papers and presentations, make adverse event and forest plots, and use the new annotate facility. No prior experience with ODS Graphics is assumed.
Instructor(s): Warren Kuhfeld, SAS Institute

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