If you are using SAS under Windows version 7 or higher, you can use ODS and
do some rather nice things. You can even add JAVA or ActiveX controls and
get some great output. To make things easy, you can use the interactive
Graph-N-Go to get the graph looking real nice, then save the resulting SAS
code. I did a paper at SUGI 26 on this subject. The paper is available at
the SAS web site.
From: Graeme Kirton [mailto:gkirton@FILCS.COM]
Sent: Monday, May 28, 2001 6:21 AM
Subject: Scatter Plots
Anyone got any ideas, on how to make my scatter plots look better, more
presentable. These look awful.
PROC plot DATA=devrf.dev_sm001a_b1_50_precon ;
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