Self-matching and its applications

February 4, 2011
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Self-matching and its applications

Programming is all about data structure and algorithm. For example, value comparison needs to find right data structure and iteration method. To fulfill this purpose, the first thing is to load the variable with a key-value like data structure, follow...
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Rock stars

“They are a group of SAS rock stars and I'm darn proud of them!” Continue reading "Rock stars"
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New Goodies for SAS Programmers: View it now

February 4, 2011
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Millions of Americans will be gathering around the television this Sunday to watch Super Bowl XLV. They'll gather in bars and private homes, prepare billions of calories worth of snacks, and root for their favorite teams. But if you're looking f...
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Divide and Count: A Test for Spatial Randomness

February 4, 2011
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Divide and Count: A Test for Spatial Randomness

Last week I generated two kinds of random point patterns: one from the uniform distribution on a two-dimensional rectangle, the other by jittering a regular grid by a small amount. My show choir director liked the second method (jittering) better...
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Rock stars

“They are a group of SAS rock stars and I'm darn proud of them!” That comes from Meg Pounds, manager of the Customer Experience Testing (CET) team. (Go on, Meg - use some stronger language; Peer Revue needs some juicier content.) Meg's remark come...
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Installing SAS 9.2 AMO for Outlook (4.3) – Tick the box stupid!

February 3, 2011
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When installing the Office Addin in for SAS 9.2 you get the old Excel/Word & Powerpoint options by default. But the Outlook option is unticked by default, so if you want to use it, tick it! (and yes you can imagine I keep forgetting hence my post!) The ooutlook option turned up in the latest M3/4.3...
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SAS 9.2 – Accessing even more data it seems

February 3, 2011
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Ive being doing some work around Libnames and SAS Libraries in SAS 9.2, and thought mmm there looks like more in the list. Is it me or has SAS added a lot more Libraries options in SAS 9.2?
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The Punchline: MANOVA or a Mixed Model?

February 2, 2011
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The Punchline: MANOVA or a Mixed Model?

So, if you were reading last week, we talked about how to structure your data for a mixed models repeated measures analysis. And as my friend Rick pointed out, there’s more than one way to go about restructuring your data (if you ask real nice, ...
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Count the Number of Points in 2D Bins

February 2, 2011
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Count the Number of Points in 2D Bins

One of my New Year's resolutions is to learn a new area of statistics. I'm off to a good start, because I recently investigated an issue which started me thinking about spatial statistics—a branch of statistics that I have never formally st...
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