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Ad-hoc reporting with SAS: Tips for the e-mail jockey

May 15, 2016
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Ad-hoc reporting with SAS: Tips for the e-mail jockey

What's the most common data reporting mechanism? Is it web-based reporting? PDFs? How about spreadsheets? Maybe, but in my experience many reports are delivered using a less-scalable and transient mechanism: e-mail. I'm a data steward at SAS. Specifically, I look after the operational data around our blogging program and our

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What’s Your SAS Interface?

May 12, 2016
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What’s Your SAS Interface?

These days SAS programmers have more choices than ever before about how to run SAS.  They can use the old Display Manager interface, or SAS Enterprise Guide, or the new kid on the block: SAS Studio.  All of these are included with Base SAS. Once upon a time, the only choices were Display Manager...
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Next Up: SAS Enterprise Guide Custom Tasks Course in Sydney

April 22, 2016
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I’m on my way back from SAS® Global Forum 2016 (#SASGF), where I heard all about the all new SAS Viya™ platform, and the next exciting thing on my agenda is attending Chris Hemedinger’s course Developing Custom Tasks for SAS Enterprise Guide in Sydney on 3-4 May (it’s also on in Melbourne on 5-6...
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The zoomiest new feature in SAS Enterprise Guide 7.12

February 28, 2016
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The zoomiest new feature in SAS Enterprise Guide 7.12

Have you ever been in a meeting in which a presenter is showing content on a web page -- but the audience can't read it because it's too small? Then a guy sitting in the back of the room yells, "Control plus!". Because, as we all know (right?), "Ctrl+" is

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A custom task to list and stop your SAS sessions

February 20, 2016
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A custom task to list and stop your SAS sessions

Last week I described how to use PROC IOMOPERATE to list the active SAS sessions that have been spawned in your SAS environment. I promised that I would share a custom task that simplifies the technique. Today I'm sharing that task with you. How to get the SAS Spawned Processes

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Sorting data in SAS: can you skip it?

February 4, 2016
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Sorting data in SAS: can you skip it?

TL;DR The next time that you find yourself writing a PROC SORT step, verify that you're working with the SAS Base engine and not a database. If your data is in a database, skip the SORT! The details: When to skip the PROC SORT step Many SAS procedures allow you

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Copy SAS variable names to the clipboard in SAS Enterprise Guide

October 28, 2015
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Copy SAS variable names to the clipboard in SAS Enterprise Guide

I recently met SAS user "CSC" at the Analytics 2015 conference. It might be generous to say that he's an avid user of SAS Enterprise Guide; it's probably more accurate to say that he's now accustomed to the tool and he's once again productive. But he still misses some features

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Oh Snap! Upload Data to the LASR Server Just Like That!

October 24, 2015
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In a past life I worked at a company who had an excellent general manager, she was professional, intelligent, and a role model. It was a small company competing with giants and kicking their butt successfully. She set a new mission for the organization –  we needed to not only meet a customer’s product...
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