Date: Fri, 30 Sep 2011 18:51:11 -0400
Reply-To: Joe Whitehurst <joewhitehurst@GMAIL.COM>
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From: Joe Whitehurst <joewhitehurst@GMAIL.COM>
Subject: Re: Intimidated by SAS Graphics
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Minor suggestion. Check Rob's stuff first, he shows you what can be done
with SAS/Graph and gives you the code that does it! One of the fastest ways
to get really good with SAS/Graph is to download the code for a graph you
like and then muck with the code to see what it takes to F__kup the graph!
Muck with Rob's code one line at a time and observe the results with each
muck. By the second day of this kind of fun, you'll be creating your own
fantastic Graphs with SAS/Graph.
On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 5:11 PM, Fareeza Khurshed <email@example.com>wrote:
> Hi Francis,
> Check out Rob Allison's web page as well.
> Specifically the link below (scroll all the way down) has examples of proc
> gbarline which sounds like what you might be after.
> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 12:03 PM, SUBSCRIBE SAS-L Ameribrit
> > HI Guys: I have to say that I have never used SAS graphics for pretty
> > anything but I was wondering if anyone could pont the way to a simple
> > graph I am trying to create in SAS to try to get aquainted.
> > So I have two columns of risks call them Risk1 and Risk two.
> > All I would like to do is to create a graph with all Risk one on one side
> > and all risk two on the other and then join them with a line.
> > Thanks
> > Francis