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Top 3 reasons to attend Analytics 2015 in Las Vegas

June 30, 2015
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I’m not a big gambler, but there is something I would put my money on – analytics. Analytics is helping companies turn information into value. And yes, I mean money. If you want to learn about the latest analytics trends and get in on some of that “value” – attend

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SAS Enterprise Guide: Suppress Output Data tab when programming

June 17, 2015
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Have you ever waited a bit for SAS Enterprise Guide to display the Output Data tab when submitting a SAS program that generates multiple output tables?  Or, perhaps your program only generates one big output table but it takes a little while for it to surface on the Output Data

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Ask the Expert: Creating custom tasks for SAS Enterprise Guide

June 11, 2015
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Ask the Expert: Creating custom tasks for SAS Enterprise Guide

If you have not yet discovered the new Ask the Expert series on the SAS Training site, you are missing out on a treasure. Visit the site right now and review all of the available topics, from "Newbie" to Analytics to Visualization to good ol' SAS programming. Go on; I'll

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Weird PROC FREQ trick

June 4, 2015
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Default PROC FREQ output looks like this: Suppose you don't want the two cumulative statistic columns above.  No problem.  Those can be suppressed with the NOCUM option on the TABLE statement, like this: proc freq data=sashelp.shoes; table product / nocum; run; Now your output looks like this, but you lose

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Looking for a SAS job? Join the 21-day SAS challenge

June 1, 2015
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I recently taught a SAS training course where the students were very engaged. They had so many questions, I could have spent the next month writing helpful blog posts that came from that one class. However, I picked this one question that the class begged for me to share. The

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Life saver tip for comparing PROC SQL join with SAS data step merge

May 27, 2015
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“Phew! That tip alone was a life saver,” said a student in one of my SAS SQL classes. “Before, I would have to read about ten Google search results before I could find that content of the sort you shared in class.” That student was referring to the tip I

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Dataset too big for PROC PRINT?

May 18, 2015
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Dataset too big for PROC PRINT? One weird trick solves your problem! proc print data=bigdata (obs=10); run; The OBS= dataset option specifies the last observation to process from an input dataset. In the above example, regardless of dataset size, only the first 10 observations are printed; an easy way to

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10 reasons to learn SAS code even when you have Enterprise Guide

May 6, 2015
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New York City Mayor, Michael Bloomberg made a new-year's resolution to learn code. Apple’s Steve Jobs said, “I think everybody in this country should learn how to program a computer because it teaches you how to think.” President Barrack Obama said, "Don't just buy a new video game, make one.

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