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This is the "Blinged" version of the dashboard, similar to Corda's dashboard...

I started with data from examples on the following website...
And then tried to make a dashboard that was more functional
than theirs :)

I used 'greplay' and a custom greplay template to lay out the 4 graphs
on one page.  I also used a 5th greplay area (overlaid on top of the 
bottom/left quadrant) to do the inset pie chart in the bar chart.

I use "box=1 bcolor=grayee" in the title statements to make the titles
have a gray box around them.

In each graph, I create a gradient/shaded background using annotate.
Each shade of the color is an annotated 'bar', laid edge-to-edge.

To get the multi-line bar midpoint labels in the cylinder/bar chart,
I use the "axis2 label=none split='/';" (and I put a '/' in the data/text
where I want the string to be split).

The colored dot/markers on the map are annotated pies.
The map legend is also custom annotated.

The darker blue background is "goptions cback=", and the turquoise
background for the entire webpage is controlled by customizing the 
ods styles.default ods template, and changing the 'docbg' color.

All of the graphics elements have html charttips (using the title=),
and the bars in the top/left quadrant have drilldowns to show the
seating chart for that flight.  I do not create my own airplane 
seating chart (although I could, using custom gmap) -- instead, I
link to a website that already has these seating charts (this shows
how easily sas/graph can be 'integrated' with other software systems
over the web).

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