This note contains the requirements for displaying graphs produced by the SAS/GRAPH® ACTIVEX device driver.
Using a <em>w.d</em> format with the TICKVALUEFORMAT= option in PROC SGPLOT can generate a syntax error.
Graphics output might not be sent to the desired location with SAS® 9.3.
Using PROC GREPLAY to put multiple graphs on the same page
Syntax requirements for using the generic SAS/GRAPH device drivers has changed beginning with Version 7.01 of the SAS System. This applies to the WINPRTx series (on Windows platforms) and the OS2PRTx series (on OS/2 ...
47246 - Generating a Q-Q plot with PROC SGPLOT- Usage Note
PROC SGPLOT does not have a QQPLOT statement like the one available in PROC UNIVARIATE, but you can use the SCATTER statement to create normal quantile-quantile plots by first computing the normal quantiles of your data ...
An incorrect font might be used when generating Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) graphs with ODS Graphics. This is most likely to occur when creating graphs with the ODS Listing destination and specifying the IMAGEFMT= ...
This note discusses how to create interactive treemaps (also called tile charts) with the ACTIVEX and JAVA device drivers.
View a list of all the predefined color names that are available with SAS/GRAPH®
The following error messages might be received when creating a graph using the SGPLOT or SGPANEL procedure: ERROR 79-322: Expecting a (. ERROR 76-322: Syntax error, statement will be ignored. The problem is most ...
This note discusses how to create accessible graphs with SAS/GRAPH® that are 508 compliant.
The COLUMNGUTTER=0 and ROWGUTTER=0 optins do not remove all of the space between graph cells.
This note describes how to access the data sets referenced in the SAS Press book <em>Statistical Graphics Procedures by Example: Effective Graphs Using SAS</em>
The default lookup data set used by the GEOCODE procedure to perform city geocoding is Sashelp.Zipcode.
This note describes how you can export your SAS/GRAPH® output so that you can view it with another software product.
CGM files might fail to import into Microsoft Office when using DDE.
"Fatal ODS error has occurred" and "Requested function is not supported" errors might occur when using the ODS GRAPHICS ON statement.
This note contains the syntax for specifying patterns for bar charts created by ODS Graphics.
View a SAS Global Forum 2009 SAS video tutorial on the ODS Graphics Designer.
This note describes the best method to use to convert scalable vector graphics (SVG) output to other raster formats.
Drill-down items in ODS Graphics always display in a new window.
The AUTOALIGN=AUTO option in the DISCRETELEGEND/CONTINUOUSLEGEND statement in the Graph Template Language (GTL) might be ignored.