Posts Tagged ‘ SAS-L ’

The case for XCMD privileges in SAS Enterprise Guide

August 31, 2012
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One of the often-cited side effects of moving from "Base SAS" (SAS on your PC, or Display Manager) to SAS Enterprise Guide is the loss of "X" command privileges -- that is, the ability for your SAS programs to invoke other programs via the operating system shell. We call this
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SAS-L: 25 years old and still spry

November 9, 2011
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The popular mailing list for the SAS user community hits a milestone this weekend by turning 25. 25 is often referred to as the "silver anniversary", but for a quarter century SAS users have found gold among the messages in this list, which feature everything from questions and answers about
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R or SAS: Quick Links to the Recent Debates

January 13, 2009
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Original post, 7 Jan, 2009 New York Times, Data Analysts Captivated by R’s Power byAshlee Vance. Key Point The popularity of R at universities could threaten SAS Institute. A Controversial Review by Anee Milley from SAS We have customers who build engines for aircraft. I am happy they are not using freeware when I get...
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