You´ve just received a new survey of study results, and you need to quickly create custom graphical views of the data. Or, you´ve completed your analysis, and you need graphs to present the results to your audience, in the style that they prefer. Now, you can create custom graphs quickly and easily with Getting Started with the Graph Template Language in SAS, without having to understand all of the Graph Template Language (GTL) features first. This book will get you started building graphs immediately and will guide you toward a better understanding of the GTL, one step at a time. It shows you the most common approaches to a variety of graphs along with information that you can use to build more complex graphs from there. Sanjay Matange offers expert tips, examples, and techniques, with a goal of providing you with a solid foundation in using the GTL so that you can progress to more sophisticated, adaptable graphs as you need them. Ultimately, Getting Started with the Graph Template Language in SAS allows you to bypass the learning curve. It teaches you how to quickly create custom, aesthetically pleasing graphs that present your data with maximum clarity and minimum clutter.
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SAS users in the Health and Life Sciences industry need to create complex graphs to analyze biostatistics data and clinical data, and they need to submit drugs for approval to the FDA. Graphs used in the HLS industry are complex in nature and require innovative usage of the graphics features. Clinical Graphs Using SAS provides the knowledge, the code, and real-world examples that enable you to create common clinical graphs using SAS graphics tools, such as the Statistical Graphics procedures and the Graph Template Language. This book describes detailed processes to create many commonly used graphs in the Health and Life Sciences industry. For SAS 9.3 and SAS 9.4 it covers many improvements in the graphics features that are supported by the Statistical Graphics procedures and the Graph Template Language, many of which are a direct result of the needs of the Health and Life Sciences community. With the addition of new features in SAS 9.4, these graphs become positively easy to create. Topics covered include the usage of SGPLOT procedure, the SGPANEL procedure and the Graph Template Language for the creation of graphs like forest plots, swimmer plots, and survival plots.
This an intensive guide for anyone who needs to master the advanced features of C++ quickly. It introduces the powerful features of C++ 14 most useful for scientific and engineering applications, without assuming previous programming or C++ experience. Readers will learn how to take advantage of the powerful libraries available to C++ programmers: both the Standard Template Library (STL) and scientific libraries for arithmetic, linear algebra, differential equations, and graphs. Throughout, Gottschling demonstrates how to write clear and expressive software using object orientation, generics, metaprogramming, concurrency, and procedural techniques.
This book focuses on motions of incompressible ?uids of a freely moving surface being in?uenced by both the Earth´s rotation and density strati?cation. In contrast to traditional textbooks in the ?eld of geophysical ?uid dynamics, such as those by by Cushman-Roisin (1994) and Gill (1982), this book uses the method of proce- oriented hydrodynamic modelling to illustrate a rich variety of ?uid phenomena. To this end, the reader can adopt the model codes, found on the Springer server accompanying this book, to reproduce most graphs of this book and, even better, to create animation movies. The reader can also employ the codes as templates for own independent studies. This can be done by a lay person as a hobby activity, undergraduate or postgraduate students as part of their education, or professional scientists as part of research. Exercises of this book are run with open-source software that can be freely downloaded from the Internet. This includes the FORTRAN 95 compiler ´´G95´´ used for execution of model simulations, the data visualisation program ´´SciLab´´, and ´´ImageMagick´´ for the creation of graphs and GIF animations, which can be watched with most Internet browsers.
You can choose several data access frameworks when building Java enterprise applications that work with relational databases. But what about big data? This hands-on introduction shows you how Spring Data makes it relatively easy to build applications across a wide range of new data access technologies such as NoSQL and Hadoop. Through several sample projects, you?ll learn how Spring Data provides a consistent programming model that retains NoSQL-specific features and capabilities, and helps you develop Hadoop applications across a wide range of use-cases such as data analysis, event stream processing, and workflow. You?ll also discover the features Spring Data adds to Spring?s existing JPA and JDBC support for writing RDBMS-based data access layers. * Learn about Spring?s template helper classes to simplify the use ofdatabase-specific functionality * Explore Spring Data?s repository abstraction and advanced query functionality * Use Spring Data with Redis (key/value store), HBase(column-family), MongoDB (document database), and Neo4j (graph database) * Discover the GemFire distributed data grid solution * Export Spring Data JPA-managed entities to the Web as RESTful web services * Simplify the development of HBase applications, using a lightweight object-mapping framework * Build example big-data pipelines with Spring Batch and Spring Integration
Photo Techniques Magazine stated: ´´All our readers need to know about this very useful book.´´ Indeed, there is no other compendium that is as in-depth as this for the beauty and magic of fine-art black-and-white photography. With 560 pages and over 1,000 illustrations, Way Beyond Monochrome starts with conceptual lessons of composition and takes you through image capture, exposure, controlling tonality, variable-contrast paper, archival printing, mounting, framing and presentation with simple concepts to an advanced level. This new edition has been completely revised and heavily expanded, adding over 250 pages to the original edition with new chapters on print mounting, spotting, framing, digital negatives, utilizing digital technologies for alternative processes, and fabulous do-it-yourself projects. Overall, the authors have created a thoroughly researched, technologically sound yet aesthetically pleasing, inspirational bible for monochrome photography. New to this edition: almost double the content a new section discussing the path from visualization to print, illustrating the interaction between eye and brain, explaining the rules of composition and when to break them to produce photographs with impact a new section on presentation including hands-on mounting, matting, spotting, and framing image capture has a more in-depth focus, now covering pinhole photography and digital capture now includes making and printing with digital negatives a new section discussing the pros and cons of typical image-taking and image-making equipment plus new do-it-yourself projects, including many darkroom tools and an electronic shutter tester a useful collection of templates, to copy, cut-out and take with you in your camera bag or use in the darkroom an appendix with all the recipes to make your own darkroom chemicals from scratch all illustrations improved and updated improved index with 1,400 references Detailed explanations and lessons of everything monochrome related Inspirational black and white photos packed into the book for visual inspiration Tons of full-color illustrations and graphs to demonstrate visually to a visual audience Now with a new glossary for quick reference
Make your data work for you! Tableau For Dummies brings order to the chaotic world of data. Understanding your data and organizing it into formats and visualizations that make sense to you are crucial to making a real impact on your business with the information that´s already at your fingertips. This easy-to-use reference explores the user interface, and guides you through the process of connecting your data sources to the software. Additionally, this approachable, yet comprehensive text shows you how to use graphs, charts, and other images to bring visual interest to your data, how to create dashboards from multiple data sources, and how to export the visualizations that you have developed into multiple formats that translate into positive change for your business. The mission of Tableau Software is to grant you access to data that, when put into action, will help you build your company. Learning to use the data available to you helps you make informed, grounded business decisions that can spell success for your company. * Navigate the user interface to efficiently access the features you need * Connect to various spreadsheets, databases, and other data sources to create a multi-dimensional snapshot of your business * Develop visualizations with easy to use drag and drop features * Start building your data with templates and sample workbooks to spark your creativity and help you organize your information Tableau For Dummies is a step-by-step resource that helps you make sense of the data landscape--and put your data to work in support of your business.