SAS/GRAPH software extends the power of SAS' data management and analytical tools, giving you the ability to
The Power to Know.
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SAS/Graph 9.1 Reference, Volumes 1 and 2
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It s easier than ever to produce enhanced and detailed, informative graphics for your Web presentations. New features in SAS/GRAPH include:
three new procedures: GAREABAR, GBARLINE, and MAPIMPORT
new options in the GCHART procedure for producing standard pie or donut
new options in the GRADAR procedure for adjusting how a chart looks and for specifying annotation
support for the new DOCUMENT procedure for the Output Delivery System (ODS)
the new SAS Maps Online application
server-side rendering using the ACTXIMG and JAVAIMG devices
client support for annotation
client support for ODS styles
ActiveX support for creating graphs interactively
ActiveX support for radar charts produced with the GRADAR procedure
the new Java Constellation Applet
This section describes the features of SAS/GRAPH that are new or enhanced since SAS 8.2.
z/OS is the successor to the OS/390 operating system. SAS/GRAPH 9.1 is supported on both OS/390 and z/OS operating systems and, throughout this document, any reference to z/OS also applies to OS/390, unless