In the purpose of sharing in codes some ideas of exception detection metodology I am developing the SEDS-Lite version using "R"-scripting (http://www.r-project.org/). One of the scripts (cchrt.r - see front picture of this post) has been already published on my blog and that builds control charts against CSV data: http://itrubin.blogspot.com/2009/03/power-of-control-charts.html
How exactly that works and more R-scripts will be presented on my workshop at up-coming CMG'09 conference in Dallas (http://itrubin.blogspot.com/2009/07/my-cmg09-sunday-workshop.html ) - you are welcome to attend!
Some additional R-scripts can be found in my SCMG presentation http://itrubin.blogspot.com/2009/05/seds-charts-at-scmg.html
The trick is the SAS 9.2 can execute R scripts. You can also try another SAS-like product (http://www.teamwpc.co.uk/products/wps) which also understands R, plus there are some ways to use SAS data for R-graphing: http://www.hollandnumerics.co.uk/pdf/SAS2R2SAS_paper.pdf or just using the "SAS and R" good book ( I have recently bought that and highly recommend): http://sas-and-r.blogspot.com/
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