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For interactive data analysis, the default fonts used by SAS and R are acceptable, if not beautiful. However, for publication, it may be important to manipulate the fonts. For example, it would be desirable for the fonts in legends, axis labels, or other text printed in plots to approximate the typeface used in the rest of the text. Credit where it’s due department: this blog entry is inspired
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