Posts Tagged ‘ machine learning ’

Using Python to work with SAS Viya and CAS

June 28, 2017
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One of the big benefits of the SAS Viya platform is how approachable it is for programmers of other languages. You don't have to learn SAS in order to become productive quickly. We've seen a lot of interest from people who code in Python, maybe because that language has become

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Dummy coding in SAS

February 11, 2013
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Here is a macro to generate binary features (also called dummy coding) from a nominal variable (also called a categorical variable, such as eye color). The automation saves time and avoids mistakes when there are many possible values to a category or ...
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Train neural network in R, predict in SAS

November 11, 2011
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This R code fits an artificial neural network in R and generates Base SAS code, so new records can be scored entirely in Base SAS. This is intended to be a simple, elegant, fast solution. You don’t need SAS Enterprise Miner, IML, or any other spe...
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Model decision tree in R, score in SAS

October 11, 2011
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This code creates a decision tree model in R using party::ctree() and prepares the model for export it from R to SAS, so SAS can score new records without invoking R. I use this method for several reasons. First, it’s convenient for my workflow t...
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