I've just started playing around with GMAP myself. The SAS Institute
actually have anumber of example programs and datasets available which
you can download and use, so that would be a good port of call for you.
The other thing to note is that you'll probably need to use Proc
GProject as well, which converts longitude/latitude data into X/Y
coordinates for plotting on the screen.
Check this out:-
and finally, this:-
Paula Sims wrote:
> Hello all,
> I am new to PROC GMAP and wanted to find ways to use this "new toy" at
> work. One of the projects I want to do is to find the location of the
> staff (based on their zip codes) and produce a map that would show
> concentrations of staff around the location of the corporate
> headquarters. From what I've begun to read, this is not a simple or
> necessarily accurate distribution. If also, I would also like to add
> distance rings from headquarters out.
> Can anyone guide me to any previously written papers that show this type
> of map?