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Creating Dynamically Linked Graphics

Creating Dynamically Linked Graphics

Dynamically linked graphics are one of the primary tools of exploratory data analysis. When you have multivariate data and want to understand relationships between variables, creating dynamically linked graphics is often useful.

Chapter 2, "Reading and Writing Data," demonstrated ways to open SAS data sets stored on your PC or on a SAS server. In this chapter you create standard statistical graphics to visualize your data and relationships between variables.

The program statements in this chapter are distributed with Stat Studio. To open the program containing the statements:

  1. Select File \blacktriangleright\,Open \blacktriangleright\,File from the main menu.
  2. Click Go to Installation directory near the bottom of the dialog box.
  3. Navigate to the Programs\Doc\STATGuide folder.
  4. Select the file.
  5. Click Open.

Creating a Scatter Plot and Histogram

Selecting Observations

Summary of Creating Graphics

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