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SAS/GRAPH 9.1 Reference, Volumes 1 and 2

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This text provides a detailed introduction to SAS/GRAPH, complete information about each SAS/GRAPH statement and procedure, as well as information about the DATA step graphics interface, complete with example programs.

SAS/GRAPH software extends the power of SAS' data management and analytical tools, giving you the ability to turn data into eye-catching, full-color graphs and charts in seconds. SAS/GRAPH software provides information and presentation color graphics capabilities to produce a wide variety of business charts, plots, and maps in many colors and patterns. In addition to a detailed introduction to SAS/GRAPH, this title includes complete information about each SAS/GRAPH statement and procedure. Each description includes example programs designed to show you the capabilities of the statement and its options. This title also includes complete information about the DATA step graphics interface and the Annotate facility. New features include client support for graph styles, client support for annotation, three new procedures: GAREABAR, GBARLINE, and MAPIMPORT, new options in the GCHART procedure for producing standard pie or donut charts with a detailed, inner pie overlay, the new Java Constellation Applet, and user interface enhancements for the client graphs, such as redesigned dialog boxes. This title is also available online. This title is designed for users who are familiar with basic SAS concepts and who want to learn more about the versatile features of SAS/GRAPH.

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