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SAS Graphics for Java: Examples Using SAS AppDev Studio and the Output…

by Wendy Bohnenkamp

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Jump-start your SAS graph skills! Here, in one convenient source, is all the information you need to create your own SAS graphs. This example-rich reference familiarizes you with custom tags in SAS AppDev Studio and shows you how to use ODS statements and the Java Device Driver to create graphs. Written for programmers at all experience levels, this dynamic book focuses on the attributes, parameters, and options that make graphs convey what you really want them to convey. It also provides SAS/GRAPH samples and WORK data sets. This text is suited for programmers who already know how to use SAS AppDev Studio to create and deploy a JSP or servlet application. A basic level of SAS ODS programming knowledge is required.

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