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I'll be presenting a paper at the PhUSE conference in Edinburgh next month but one of the issues I'm not sure of is when ODS Graphics (i.e. PROC SGPLOT, PROC SGPANEL) were first introduced. I seem to recall that some ODS Statistical Graphics were available in SAS 9.1.3 (e.g. residual plots and other diagnostics), but that PROC SGPANEL and other ODS Graphics procedures were introduced in SAS 9.2. Does anyone know the correct answer, when was PROC SGPANEL first released?

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DanH_sas
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The ODS graphics system was actually pre-production in SAS 9.1.3. The first production release was in SAS 9.2, along with the first of the SG procedures (SGPLOT, SGPANEL, SGSCATTER, and SGRENDER).

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DanH_sas
SAS Super FREQ

 

The ODS graphics system was actually pre-production in SAS 9.1.3. The first production release was in SAS 9.2, along with the first of the SG procedures (SGPLOT, SGPANEL, SGSCATTER, and SGRENDER).

Reeza
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And 9.2 was in 2008, almost a decade now..

 

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