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Create accurate, high-impact visuals that enable decision makers to gain a quick understanding of critical business issues. SAS/GRAPH is a data visualization tool that makes it easy to produce effective, attention-grabbing graphs.
The most recent release is SAS/GRAPH 9.4.
There are many changes and enhancements for SAS/GRAPH 9.4. The full details are in What's New in SAS/GRAPH 9.4: Reference. Here are the highlights.
Learn SAS technology quickly and efficiently by taking a course from the analytics experts.
Learn how to produce high-quality presentation graphics using SAS/GRAPH software. This course covers how to design graphs that accurately describe data, customize default graphic elements, deliver graphs in multiple formats and more.
Producing Maps with SAS/GRAPH®
This course teaches you to use SAS/GRAPH software to produce various types of maps to display geographically based data. In addition, you learn how to add annotations to maps, and create and modify map data sets.
For more in-depth information, read books written by SAS experts.
SAS/GRAPH®: Beyond the Basics
The Little SAS® Book: A Primer, Sixth Edition
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Most of the SAS 9.4 documents have moved to documentation.sas.com. When you open them, you can use the Search feature to search all documents in the table of contents. You can also download documents in PDF or ePUB format.
NOTE: Documentation for ODS Graphics, including the Graph Template Language, SG procedures, ODS Graphics Designer, and ODS Graphics Editor, is in Base SAS Output Delivery System (ODS) Graphics Suite.
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