|Date: ||Wed, 21 Apr 2010 09:25:48 -0700|
|Reply-To: ||"Huang, Ya" <Ya.Huang@AMYLIN.COM>|
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|From: ||"Huang, Ya" <Ya.Huang@AMYLIN.COM>|
|Subject: ||Re: Renesis Svg Viewer, is it from SAS installation?|
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Thanks Andre and Paul.
I think Andre might be right. Maybe at some point, I "accidentally" downloaded
the plug-in :-)
Anyway, SVG seems much better in terms of graph quality (Same impression as Paul).
I wonder how is the performance compare to others, such as Javameta, Java, ActiveX and
the Adobe Flex which was heavily promoted by SAS at SGF2010.
I have some apps based on Javameta, but the graph is not as good looking as SVG rendering.
If I switch to SVG, the file size might be too big to slow the rendering. Flex seems
promising, but might have a steeper learning curve, also the Flash builder is not free.
From: Andre Wielki [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 20, 2010 11:45 PM
To: Huang, Ya
Subject: Re: Renesis Svg Viewer, is it from SAS installation?
I have submit the "hat" program from the documentation which produce finally a svg file but clicking upon it has have the effect of opening a free version of Altova Xmlspy showing me xml code So with Sas 9.2.2 there is no such soft you are naming.
Perhaps another soft you are using, has made a silent install of it In fact thus, a "plug-in" for which other product?
Le 21/04/2010 02:01, Ya Huang a écrit :
> Hi there,
> I was playing SAS/Graph to produce SVG graph, and noticed that SVG is
> actaully rendered by a plug-in called "Renesis Svg Viewer", which is
> in C:\Program Files\Renesis Svg Viewer. I don't remember installing
> this by myslef. I wonder if this is part of SAS v9.2 installation.
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