Posts Tagged ‘ SAS Global Forum ’

Building a SAS Global Forum infographic

February 14, 2018
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You might have seen a SAS Global Forum infographic floating around the web. And maybe you  wondered how you might create something similar using SAS software? If so, then this blog's for you - I have created my own version of the infographic using SAS/...
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How to share your SAS knowledge with your professional network

December 14, 2017
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How to share your SAS knowledge with your professional network

As you might have heard, sasCommunity.org -- a wiki-based web site that has served as a user-sourced SAS repository for over a decade -- is winding down. This was a difficult decision taken by the volunteer advisory board that runs the site. However, the decision acknowledges a new reality: SAS

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Code debugging and program history in SAS Enterprise Guide

August 18, 2017
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SAS programmers have high expectations for their coding environment, and why shouldn't they? Companies have a huge investment in their SAS code base, and it's important to have tools that help you understand that code and track changes over time. Few things are more satisfying as a SAS program that

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How to control the name of Excel sheets when they are all created at once

April 18, 2017
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Ok, so you know how to create multiple sheets in Excel, but can anyone tell me how to control the name of the sheets when they are all created at once? In the ODS destination for Excel, the suboption SHEET_INTERVAL is set to TABLE by default.  So what does that

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Introducing SASPy: Use Python code to access SAS

April 8, 2017
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Thanks to a new open source project from SAS, Python coders can now bring the power of SAS into their Python scripts. The project is SASPy, and it's available on the SAS Software GitHub. It works with SAS 9.4 and higher, and requires Python 3.x. I spoke with Jared Dean

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Exploring the content of the DICTIONARIES table and VSVIEW SASHELP view

March 23, 2017
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SAS® users have an easy and convenient way to quickly obtain useful information (referred to as metadata) about their SAS session with a number of read-only SAS DICTIONARY tables or SASHELP views. At any time during a SAS session, information about currently defined system options, libnames, tables, columns and their

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Visiting Open Attractions and Open SAS

March 16, 2017
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As a SAS instructor, I’m often on the road, but, in April, my work travel path is going to take me to a place I haven’t visited since I was 12 years old. The occasion?  SAS Global Forum 2017.  The location?  Walt Disney World® in Orlando. While the main conference

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Modern learners meet modern training at SAS Global Forum 2017

March 2, 2017
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Word on the proverbial technology street is that online learning is ideal for modern learners, and, at SAS, we wholeheartedly agree. In 2016, more the 80,000 SAS users trained in an online or blending learning format. In 2017, we kicked off the year wi...
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