Posts Tagged ‘ SAS programmers ’

Custom Maps in SAS Visual Analytics: My Neighborhood

June 29, 2018
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The Geo Map Visualization has several built-in geographical units, including country and region names and codes, US state names and codes, and US zip codes. You can also define your own geographic units. This paper describes how to identify any geogra...
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“Wide” versus “Tall” data: PROC TRANSPOSE v. the DATA step

May 7, 2018
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Datasets can present themselves in different ways. Identical data can bet arranged differently, often as wide or tall datasets. Generally, the tall dataset is better. Learn how to convert wide data into tall data with PROC TRANSPOSE. The post "Wid...
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3 freaky ways PROC FREQ can work in your favor

October 31, 2017
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A ghoulish Halloween Boo to all my readers! Hope my costume freaks you out, but even if it doesn't, I’m positive PROC FREQ will in a few amazing ways! Today’s Programming 2: Data Manipulation Techniques class asked about the power of PROC FREQ. Since I stopped to explain some of it's benefits to

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Standardizing phone numbers using SAS

May 26, 2017
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How many times have you entered a phone number on a web page, only to be told that you did not type it the "correct" form? I find that annoying. Don't you? In my latest book, Cody's Data Cleaning Techniques, 3rd edition, I show how to convert a phone n...
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Take that SAS option

May 25, 2017
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Elizabeth is courageous. Scoliosis since birth, corrective spinal surgery replaced her spine with steel, tripping on stairs permanently broke her right ankle. Then she decided to come take yoga with me. To help ease back pain & reduce hip stress, I offered options like bent legs not cross. In class

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Capturing output from any procedure with an ODS OUTPUT statement

March 31, 2017
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There's an old song that starts out, "You Can Get Anything You Want at Alice's Restaurant."  Well, maybe you are too young to know that song, but if you’re a SAS users, you’ll be glad to know that you can capture anything produced by any SAS procedure (even if the

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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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Transitioning from programming in SAS 9 to SAS Viya

March 8, 2017
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Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of posts to help current SAS programmers add SAS Viya to their analytics skillset. In this post, SAS instructors Stacey Syphus and Marc Huber introduce you to the new Transitioning from Programming in SAS 9 to SAS Viya video library, designed to show SAS programmers

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