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SAS BI Training Online

March 4, 2014
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Hey All...One of my friends wanted to post this for him...He would like to provide SAS BI training online for a fee...He would provide SAS BI material and Lab access online...Any body interested?...Please email [email protected] for more details...
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Adding some culture to your SAS Enterprise Guide prompts

March 3, 2014
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Adding some culture to your SAS Enterprise Guide prompts

My teenage daughter is a self-appointed anglophile. She's a big fan of British movies and TV shows such as Doctor Who and Sherlock, and although she has not yet visited the UK (an injustice for which she blames her father), she considers the place to be her homeland. In an
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SAS Talks: Favorite SAS Enterprise Guide Tricks

February 17, 2014
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SAS Talks: Favorite SAS Enterprise Guide Tricks

Last week's SAS Talks session, My Favorite SAS Enterprise Guide 5.1 Tricks, was remarkable in several ways. First, the featured presenter was Marje Fecht, who also serves as the conference chair for SAS Global Forum 2014. She's an avid SAS professional who loves to educate her fellow SAS users on
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Adding “sticky notes” in your SAS Enterprise Guide projects

February 6, 2014
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Adding “sticky notes” in your SAS Enterprise Guide projects

This isn't the first blog post to laud the "Note" feature of SAS Enterprise Guide. You know, the feature that allows you to add documentation to describe what the heck your project or process flow is actually doing. For example, Tricia described 3 useful ways to use the note feature.
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Customer segmentation using RFM in SAS Enterprise Guide

January 20, 2014
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Customer segmentation using RFM in SAS Enterprise Guide

Recency, Frequency, and Monetary Analysis (or RFM) is a popular customer segmentation technique employed by database marketers everywhere. Marketers use RFM to identify which customers are most likely to respond to a direct marketing campaign. The model takes into account three simple metrics: How recently did the customer buy from
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Removing Custom Task Capability Metadata

December 10, 2013
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Yesterday I saw a question on the SAS® Communities site from Nick about Registering Custom Tasks and managing the capability metadata that’s used for role based access control on those custom tasks. I found Nick’s question especially interesting because we have some free Metacoda Custom Tasks and those techniques can also be used to...
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3 Ways to Convert SAS Datasets to Plain Codes

November 5, 2013
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1. If you have SAS Enterprise Guide installed Try one of Chris Hemedinger’s EG plug-ins, “Data Set to DATA Step”. Chris also wrote a post for it, Turn your data set into a DATA step program. 2. If you need to embed the dataset to SQL Clauses Use one of Eric Gebhart’s ODS tagsets,...
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5 keyboard shortcuts in SAS that will change your life

October 29, 2013
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5 keyboard shortcuts in SAS that will change your life

Okay, given the title of this article, I might be overselling the content a bit. Read on to see if your life will be transformed. I've just returned from SESUG, and this question came up during one of the presentations. While this tip might seem basic, it was news to
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