You can use the CHART procedure in Base SAS for producing
These types of charts graphically display values of a variable or a statistic associated with those values. The charted variable can be numeric or character.
PROC CHART is a useful tool to visualize data quickly, but if you need
to produce presentation-quality graphics that include color and various
fonts, you can use SAS/GRAPH software. The GCHART procedure
in SAS/GRAPH produces the same types of charts as PROC CHART does, as
well as donut charts. In addition, you can create PROC GCHART output using
Control for ActiveX, which enables you to embed interactive graphs
in web pages and OLE documents.
As you'll see, the syntax for PROC CHART and PROC GCHART is very similar. This task shows you both ways of creating various types of charts.
|You must have SAS/GRAPH licensed to create charts using PROC GCHART.|
If you have SAS/GRAPH licensed, you can create presentation-quality charts using a point-and-click interface.
You can view and save the PROC GCHART code that Graph-N-Go generates.