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Take your SAS exam from home or office

December 11, 2018
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SAS has partnered with Pearson VUE to offer Online Proctored for all public SAS exams. The post Take your SAS exam from home or office appeared first on SAS Learning Post.
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Take your leadership skills to the next level at SAS Global Forum

December 4, 2018
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Find out how to kick-start your volunteering and leadership skills at SAS Global Forum. The post Take your leadership skills to the next level at SAS Global Forum appeared first on SAS Learning Post.
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Three of My Favorite Programming Tips

October 1, 2018
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I often get asked for programming tips. Here, I share three of my favorite tips for beginners. Tip #1: COUNTC and CATS Functions Together The CATS function concatenates all of its arguments after it strips leading and trailing blanks. The COUNTC functi...
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Fun with Dots in PROC REPORT

July 25, 2018
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You should play a little. Add dots. Add color. Your PROC REPORT output does not have to be boring. As a matter of fact, it can be both functional and appealing. Any Unicode value will do, but this blog shows how to use the Unicode value for a dot (fill...
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What DS2 can do for the DATA step

July 16, 2018
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The Base SAS DATA step has been a powerful tool for many years for SAS programmers. But as data sets grow and programmers work with massively parallel processing (MPP) computing environments such as Teradata, Hadoop or the SAS High-Performance Analytic...
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When a variable is not a variable

April 23, 2018
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SAS variables are variables in the statistics sense, not the computer programming sense. SAS has what many computer languages call “variables,” it just calls them “macro variables.” Knowing the difference between SAS variables and SAS macro variables...
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Jedi @ SASGF: Working with Big Data in SAS

April 9, 2018
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The SAS Jedi Mark Jordan presents his SAS Global Forum 2018 paper "Working with Big Data in SAS" The post Jedi @ SASGF: Working with Big Data in SAS appeared first on SAS Learning Post.
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The Best Job in America

April 5, 2018
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According to Glassdoor, data scientist tops the list of the 50 Best Jobs in America. The rankings are determined by combining three factors: number of job openings, salary and overall job satisfaction rating. With a median base salary of $110,000, an a...
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