Interactive Graphics task for SAS Enterprise Guide
Experimental Release 4.1 - FEB 2007
The Interactive Graphics task enables you to explore and understand your data before using the data to run a task or adding it to the project. The tasks are used for reporting and presenting the data. Using the Interactive Graphics task, you can create multiple bar charts, pie charts, and scatter plots from the same data set.
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Interactive Graphics task for SAS Enterprise Guide
Interactive Graphics Task for SAS Enterprise Guide
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