SAS/GRAPH software creates and delivers accurate, high-impact visuals that enable decision makers to gain a quick understanding of critical business issues.
The most current release is SAS/GRAPH 9.4.
There are many changes and enhancements for SAS/GRAPH 9.4. Highlights include the following:
- The GEOCODE procedure now supports non-U.S. street geocoding. A new import macro program, %GEOBASE2GEOCODE, and an updated version of %TIGER2GEOCODE are available from the SAS Maps Online web site. These macros create lookup data sets in the new format. Starting with the first maintenance release of SAS 9.4, a new variable enables handling of multiple street type abbreviations during street geocoding, and two new variables in the SASHELP.ZIPCODE lookup data set further support city geocoding. Starting with the second maintenance release of SAS 9.4, the city geocoding method offers a new variable to handle non-standard state values, changes requirements for the customized versions of the SASHELP.GCSTATE lookup data set, changes variable values within the SASHELP.GCSTATE lookup data set, allows non-abbreviated state names, and offers an improved %TIGER2GEOCODE import program.
- The map data sets in the MAPSGFK library have been updated.
- The SVG and GIF devices now support animation. In addition, the GIF device now supports RGBA color mode (transparency) and anti-aliasing.
- The new TIFF and TIFFK devices produce TIFF images and support the RGBA and CMYK color modes, respectively.
- The new EMFDUAL device produces graphics file containing both EMF and EMF Plus records. It supports RGBA colors (transparency).
- The new %SHORTCUT autocall macro creates a shortcut device that is linked to the existing Universal Printer of the same name. It can also define a new Universal Printer and shortcut device and link the device to the Universal Printer.
- The Annotate Facility has several enhancements. The IMGPATH variable now accepts a URL location for graphics that are on web pages. The HTML= option enables you to animate text labels that are created with the LABEL function. The %CENTROID macro has been enhanced to return more accurate centroid locations.
- The GKPI procedure now supports user-defined formats.
- The Tile Chart applet supports adding one or more custom menu items to the tile chart pop-up menu.
- The Treeview applet supports assigning multiple drill-down links for each node in the diagram.
- Starting with the first maintenance release of SAS 9.4, the CHORO statement in the GMAP procedure supports a production level of the OSM (OpenStreetMap) option when displaying maps using a JAVA or JAVAIMG device. This is an appearance option that enables you to use the OpenStreetMap (OSM) map as a background map.
- Starting with the second maintenance release of SAS 9.4, the GRADAR procedure offers a new parameter on the SPKLABEL= option.
- Starting with the second maintenance release of SAS 9.4, the JAVAIMG and ACTXIMG are supported devices for the PowerPoint destination, and the ZPNG device is disabled. Also, new HTML attributes are added to the SVG, SVGT, and SVGView devices.
- Starting with the second maintenance release of SAS 9.4, the GTILE procedure now supports the NOLEGEND option.
Free Online Documentation
- Most recent release for SAS/GRAPH
- For information about new features in SAS/GRAPH, see the What's New topic in SAS/GRAPH 9.4: Reference. This topic provides links to the documentation for the new features.
- SAS/GRAPH 9.4: Reference, Third Edition
PDF (46MB) | HTML
- SAS/GRAPH 9.4: Java Applets and ActiveX Control User's Guide New 05AUG2014
PDF (5.85MB) | HTML
- SAS/GRAPH 9.4: Network Visualization Workshop User's Guide
PDF (2.49MB) | HTML
- SAS/GRAPH Procedures [HTML]
- SAS/GRAPH Sample Programs
- Help for SAS/GRAPH 9.4 is accessible within the product. The help for SAS/GRAPH also includes information about Graph N' Go and image capabilities.
Note: Documentation for ODS Graphics, including the Graph Template Language, SG procedures, ODS Graphics Designer, and ODS Graphics Editor, is in Output Delivery System (ODS) and ODS Graphics documentation.
- All online documentation for supported releases of SAS/GRAPH [HTML]
- SAS/GRAPH titles in online bookstore [HTML]
- Featured Titles
- The How-to Book for SAS/Graph Software [Purchase book]
- Learning SAS by Example, A Programmer's Guide [Purchase book]
- The Little SAS Book: A Primer, Fourth Edition [Purchase book]
- Maps Made Easy Using SAS [Purchase book]
- SAS/GRAPH: Beyond the Basics [Purchase book]
- Saving Time and Money Using SAS [Purchase book]
- SAS Technical Papers for SAS/GRAPH [HTML]
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Online Support ResourcesThis page contains online support resources that are specific to this product. Visit the Support page to access various self-help and assisted-help resources or submit a problem through the SAS Technical Support form.
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