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Example 8.33: Merging data sets one-to-many

April 5, 2011
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Example 8.33: Merging data sets one-to-many

It's often necessary to combine data from two data sets for further analysis. Such merging can be one-to-one, many-to-one, and many-to-many. The most common form is the one-to-one match, which we cover in section 1.5.7. Today we look at a one-to-man...

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Example 8.5: bubble plots part 3

September 14, 2010
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Example 8.5: bubble plots part 3

An anonymous commenter expressed a desire to see how one might use SAS to draw a bubble plot with bubbles in three colors, corresponding to a fourth variable in the data set. (x, y, z for bubble size, and the category variable.) In a previous entries...

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Example 7.28: Bubble plots

March 22, 2010
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Example 7.28: Bubble plots

A bubble plot is a means of displaying 3 variables in a scatterplot. The z dimension is presented in the size of the plot symbol, typically a circle. The area or radius of the circle plotted is proportional to the value of the third variable. This c...

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Example 7.15: A more complex sales graphic

October 13, 2009
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Example 7.15: A more complex sales graphic

The plot of Amazon sales rank over time generated in example 7.14 leaves questions. From a software perspective, we'd like to make the plot prettier, while we can embellish the plot to inform our interpretation about how the rank is calculated.For the latter purpose, we'll create an indicator of whether the rank was recorded in nighttime (eastern US...

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