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(This article was first published on SAS and R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

The scatterplot in section 7.4 is a plot we could use repeatedly. We demonstrate how to create a macro (SAS, section A.8) and a function (R, section B.5) to do it more easily.

SAS

%macro logiplot(x=x, y=y, data=, jitterwidth=.05, smooth=50); data lp1; set &data; if &y eq 0 or &y eq 1; jitter = uniform(0) * &jitterwidth; if &y eq 1 then yplot = &y - jitter; else if &y eq 0 then yplot = &y + jitter; run;