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Creating a search engine in SAS

April 9, 2011
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Creating a search engine in SAS

Its the age of the search engine! I remember people "yahoo"ing during the late 90's and "Google"ing till the late 2k's and now "Bing"ing.I just wondered.. Why not SAS? So I started off by doing some reading on the yahoo search engine API's. They have n...
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Making SAS Interactive (Part 2): Using %window and %display

March 6, 2011
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Making SAS Interactive (Part 2): Using %window and %display

Its the world of GUI. And you are left nowhere if you don't provide the users, the luxury (or rather fulfill the basic needs) of giving a Graphical User Interface. This holds good even for SAS. SAS came up with the tool called SAS/AF and SAS EG which p...
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Reading a table from a website into a SAS dataset

February 19, 2011
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Reading a table from a website into a SAS dataset

Many a times we may want to read a table from the webpages into our datasets. This may be a requirement especially when I would want to analyse the stock market shares and their corresponding trends over the past. This can be done in many ways dep...
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SAS Macro to put SAS data into Multiple Excel Work sheets

February 6, 2011
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I believe most of us have encountered this situation... I have a sas dataset with more than 70k records...How can I provide this information in an Excel file to the business user.... If one is using previous versions of MS Excel ie. < Excel 2007 th...
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Indexing in SAS.. In a baby’s language

November 30, 2010
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Indexing in SAS.. In a baby’s language

A question at the KBC (Indianized version of Who wants to be a Millionire)If your answer happens to be anything other than C then this might not be a relevant post for you :-)There have been innumerable number of posts on indexing in SAS. One such bril...
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