With the release of SAS 9.2, more than 60 statistical procedures use ODS Statistical Graphics to produce graphs as automatically as they produce tables.
This Webinar will show you how to apply the programming techniques for modifying the default graphs – ultimately leading to graphics that stimulate deeper investigation and add visual clarity and rich content to reports and presentations.
What You'll Learn
- Review the basics of ODS Statistical Graphics and programming techniques for using the graph template language.
- Modify the default templates that SAS provides to permanently change how certain graphs are created.
- Customize graph elements such as titles, axis labels, colors, lines, markers, ticks, grids, axes, reference lines and legends.
Who Should Attend
Statisticians and programmers who need to make graphs to explore, analyze or present
Warren F. Kuhfeld, Analytical Solutions Manager at SAS, supports SAS procedures, writes new procedure code and provides leadership in the usage of ODS and ODS Graphics. In addition, he writes and maintains ODS and ODS Graphics documentation as well as a family of macros for experimental design and marketing research. A SAS user since 1979, Kuhfeld received his PhD in psychometrics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.