SAS-GRAPH 9.2 Reference
Original Publication Date: 2009-Dec-31
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P A R T 1 SAS/GRAPH Concepts 1
4 Introduction to SAS/GRAPH Software 3
Components of SAS/GRAPH Software 4 Device-Based Graphics and Template-Based Graphics 6 Graph Types 6
About this Document 23
Conventions Used in This Document 24
Information You Should Know 27
4 Elements of a SAS/GRAPH Program 31 Overview 31
A Typical SAS/GRAPH Program 31
4 Getting Started With SAS/GRAPH 39 Introduction 39
Introduction to ODS Destinations and Styles 40
What's New xv
The SAS/GRAPH Statistical Graphics Suite xv
The SAS/GRAPH Network Visualization Workshop xvi
Support for Multiple Open ODS Destinations xvii
Support for ODS Styles xvii
Fonts and Font Rendering xviii
Changing the Appearance of Output to Match That of Earlier SAS Releases xix
Global Statements xxiii
Graphics Options xxiv
Transparent Overlays xxiv
ActiveX Control xxiv
Java Map Applet xxiv
Java Tilechart Applet xxiv
The Annotate Facility xxv
New Map Data Sets xxv
Updated Map Data Sets xxv
Map Data Set Descriptions xxx
New Data Set for Military ZIP Codes xxx
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