Introduction to SAS/Graph 9.2. Ken Barz [email protected] Colorado Prevention Center 22Oct2009. In the Beginning, there was. Base SAS: Proc plot listing output only Think stick figures on a line printer SAS/Graph 6-9.1.3: proc gplot ODS output as of SAS 8 Slideshow 1305116 by mindy The following statements use the SGSCATTER procedure to create the scatter plots. The PLOT statement specifies weighted residuals that correspond to the covariates Race, Treatment, Sites, and Race*Site. The ROWS= and COLUMNS= options specify the layout for paneling the plots. The LOESS option smooths the residuals, and the GRID option adds a grid.
A scatterplot is a type of graph which uses values from two variables plotted in a Cartesian plane. It is usually used to find out the relationship between two variables. In SAS we use PROC SGSCATTER to create scatterplots.