Posts Tagged ‘ Tips & Samples ’

Building great graphs with Base SAS

May 15, 2012
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~ Contributed by Lelia McConnel, Technical Support Consultant, SAS ~ Base SAS 9.3 has made creating high quality graphics output easier than ever. Did you know that you can create great looking, high resolution graphs with Base SAS? The Customer Suppor...
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Why use SAS/GRAPH? Tips for beginners or refreshing hookups

November 29, 2010
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Why use SAS/GRAPH? Tips for beginners or refreshing hookups

The “SAS/GRAPH for beginners” presentation seemed homemade for me. And since many of the SAS Tech Report readers are interested in SAS/GRAPH, I decided to sit in on this NESUG 2010 presentation. The paper was written by George Obsekov and Jona...
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A little code from SESUG 2010

September 28, 2010
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A little code from SESUG 2010

William Benjamin Jr. (Bill after you get to know him) is a SAS author and longtime SAS user. His was another title that I felt SAS users would really want to hear about. Benjamin presented Leave Your Bad Code Behind: 50 Ways to Make Your SAS Code ...
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A New Way to Add Formats to SAS 9.2 Business Intelligence Clients

Contributed by Scott Vodicka, a member of the SAS Global Consulting Business Intelligence Practice The other day I needed to go to the SAS Customer Support Website and an article caught my eye. The title of the article is FAQ: How to make user-de...
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Memorial Day — putting names to the numbers

May 29, 2010
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Memorial Day — putting names to the numbers

Contributed by Dr. Robert Allison, Research & Development, SAS Memorial Day is a U.S. federal holiday to commemorate the U.S. men and women who died while in military service. My SAS graphs are often about numbers and trends — but for...
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SAS gets your attention with a text message!

February 22, 2010
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Contributed by Scott Vodicka, a member of the SAS Global Consulting Business Intelligence Practice An interesting topic came up the other day in one of my email conversations. What was the topic of the email? Well, I am glad you asked. It was how...
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Answering the questions from the feedback forms

October 9, 2009
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We have recently added feedback forms and short surveys on some pages on support.sas.com. We don't ask for your e-mail address or require you to log in to the site. That means that all of the comments are anonymous. We think the ease of commenti...
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Using SAS to call Twitter

May 1, 2009
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Contributed by Richard Foley, Product Manager, SAS Twitter, a microblogging platform, has become all the rage. Companies are using Twitter to inform and market to customers and the world. People use it as a way to keep in touch and let others q...
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