• Learning SAS

    I am an IT professional and student looking to learn SAS to see if it would be beneficial for my organization. Can anyone recommend a good book for this that includes a CD with a trial version of the software?

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  • Graph – SAS Question

    I am using GCHART and for each month I am grouping company total sales figures by dept. I defined my patterns for each dept total. However I would like the colors on each chart to be consistent with the dept for each company. For ex. company 1 has dept A - D and is assigned the colors I defined in...

    Kmc98005 pointsBadges:
  • Handling multiple observations with same family id but unique person id in sas

    hi I am doing dataanalysis for sas. I have to create multiple do loops as i have smae family id for 3-4 persons but unique personla id and then separate event status for all .how to create a sas program so that it works separately for all the observations with similar id and then go to the next...

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  • What is SAS?

    What does SAS do? What is it's purpose?

    SearchStorageATE215 pointsBadges:
  • SAS Business Intelligence software

    Hello Every one, I am Sunny Working As a research Executive in A CRO Company, I am Interested in a SAS Prog Involve in Clinical Research Field, Does Any One Know About it, or Help me to Learn SAS

    Sunny245 pointsBadges:
  • How to compute ddfm=containment

    It is not clear to me how the ddfm of containment (defalt of ddfm) is computed. The SAS manual said it's computed by "n-rank(XZ)". However, the matrix multiplication is not valid most of the time.

    Breakers265 pointsBadges:
  • Similar Microsoft/SAS/Wireless Issue that has my IT department stumped – HELP!

    For the last few weeks, my computer will not let me open Word, EXCEL, SAS, or any other similar program file when I am connected to my wireless internet. When I start up my computer, with the wireless enabled, it takes close to ten minutes for my icons to appear. If I disable my wireless prior to...

    Lthomp565 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Server 2005 or 2008?

    I am a database user going back many years and have used several different platforms from the high-end (NCR's Teradata) down to MS Access. I work for a Marketing Service Provider and we do alot of Marketing Database building with associated reporting and analysis and also use SAS for statistical...

    Habana5 pointsBadges:
  • Mainframe Career – is it possible for me?

    hello, I have been working for a MNC in India for the past 2 years.My nature of Job includes creating SAS programs and using JCL to run this SAS and get reports or other stuff from the DB2 databases or files.I also write simple SQL queries for DB2.I am right now in a stage where i need to decide...

    Richard19835 pointsBadges:
  • SAS memory allocation

    Dear All, It might be a profane question, but causes a lot of frustration to me: Why does my PC with 1 GB RAM runs out of memory when I declare an array of - let's say - 1million elemenets? If I'm not wrong, SAS represents every number on 8 B, which implies that 1 MB RAM should be enough. I would...

    Bender15 pointsBadges:
  • How to replace SAS

    Hi, I am an performance expert and more and more customers are having issues with bad performing SAS applications. Is there a product out there that uses the SAS code, but runs it in an much more optimal way? Thx. Johannes Peeters Trilog Expert / AQM Solutions johannes.peeters@trilogexpert.com

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  • How do I connect SAS with Sybase?

    Please help me to connect the SAS engine with Sybase data base server. Thanks! Bala

    Bala5 pointsBadges:

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