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SAS Statistics by Example by EdD Ron Cody

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Chapter 4  Descriptive Statistics – Bivariate Associations

Introduction

Producing a Simple Scatter Plot Using PROG GPLOT

Producing a Scatter Plot Using PROC SGPLOT

Creating Multiple Scatter Plots on a Single Page Using PROC SGSCATTER

Conclusions

Introduction

This chapter introduces you to some graphical methods for displaying relationships between two continuous variables. First are simple scatter plots that were produced with several different procedures. Next, you will learn how to create multiple plots on a single page using PROC SGSCATTER.

All of the examples in this chapter use data from the store data set. This data set contains the following variables:

Variable Name

Type

Description

Region

Character

Region of the country ...

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