SAS dataset declassified by Matt Shotwell

July 27, 2011
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SAS dataset declassified by Matt Shotwell

Matt Shotwell’s new R package ‘sas7bdat’ is a great achievement to bridge SAS and R. Earlier this year Revolution R, a commercial competitor against SAS, launched a RxSasData() function to read SAS’s unique ‘sas7bdat’ data structure. Howe...
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SAS dataset declassified by Matt Shotwell

July 27, 2011
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SAS dataset declassified by Matt Shotwell

Matt Shotwell’s new R package ‘sas7bdat’ is a great achievement to bridge SAS and R. Earlier this year Revolution R, a commercial competitor against SAS, launched a RxSasData() function to read SAS’s unique ‘dataset’ data structure. Howev...
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Add a Diagonal Line to a Scatter Plot: The SAS 9.3 Way

July 27, 2011
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Add a Diagonal Line to a Scatter Plot: The SAS 9.3 Way

I've written about how to add a diagonal line to a scatter plot by using the SGPLOT procedure in SAS 9.2. The main idea (use the VECTOR statement) is easy enough, but wriiting a program that handles a line with any slope requires some additional...
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Add a Diagonal Line to a Scatter Plot: The SAS 9.3 Way

July 27, 2011
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I've written about how to add a diagonal line to a scatter plot by using the SGPLOT procedure in SAS 9.2. The main idea (use the VECTOR statement) is easy enough, but wriiting a program that handles a line with any slope requires some additional effort...
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Really useful R package: sas7bdat

July 25, 2011
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Really useful R package: sas7bdat

For SAS users, one hassle in trying things in R, let alone migrating, is the difficulty of getting data out of SAS and into R. In our book (section 1.2.2) and in a blog entry we've covered getting data out of SAS native data sets. Unfortunately, for ...
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Really useful R package: sas7bdat

July 25, 2011
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Really useful R package: sas7bdat

For SAS users, one hassle in trying things in R, let alone migrating, is the difficulty of getting data out of SAS and into R. In our book (section 1.2.2) and in a blog entry we've covered getting data out of SAS native data sets. Unfortunately, for ...
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Really useful R package: sas7bdat

July 25, 2011
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Really useful R package: sas7bdat

For SAS users, one hassle in trying things in R, let alone migrating, is the difficulty of getting data out of SAS and into R. In our book (section 1.2.2) and in a blog entry we've covered getting data out of SAS native data sets. Unfortunately, for ...
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sas7bdat reader ported to ActionScript

July 25, 2011
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By Brian Kimball: http://code.google.com/p/sasquatch
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Play Basel II Accord with SAS (2): portfolio simulation

July 25, 2011
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Play Basel II Accord with SAS (2): portfolio simulation

Although Basel II largely depends on probability instead of generalized linear model that SAS is especially good at, still SAS’ excellent data manipulation and visualization features make it one of the finest tools to explore and implement this acco...
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