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random dates

July 16, 2009
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this is a cross posting from this sas discussion forum. assuming you know the min and max of allowable dates (01jan2005 - 30jun2009, for example), you can use random functions. data randates; mindate='01jan2005'd; maxdate='30jun2009'd; range = m...
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random dates

July 16, 2009
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this is a cross posting from this sas discussion forum. assuming you know the min and max of allowable dates (01jan2005 - 30jun2009, for example), you can use random functions. data randates; mindate='01jan2005'd; maxdate='30jun2009'd; range = max...
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Calculating average time (duration)

July 10, 2009
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this is summarizes my response to a thread on the SAS Discussion Forums in the original post, the poster wanted “…to calculate the length of time (mean, median, and mode) between when a record was created ("date reported" in my databas...
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Calculating average time (duration)

July 10, 2009
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this is summarizes my response to a thread on the SAS Discussion Forums in the original post, the poster wanted “…to calculate the length of time (mean, median, and mode) between when a record was created (“date reported” in my database) and w...
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