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<td width="95%" valign="center"><b>MIGRATION COMPLETE: </b>The site is now live in the new environment. You  may edit the site as needed. The sasCommunity.org advisory board has worked to get the new version  of MediaWiki software running. Many changes are already in place and more to come. As soon as we catch our breath we’ll notify you of all the updates. '''[[SasCommunity.org_Update|Read More]]'''.  
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Welcome to sasCommunity.org at our new home. The [[SasCommunity.org Advisory Board|sasCommunity.org Advisory Board]] and volunteer Webmasters are still checking a few things and so the site is still locked for editing while we do that. We don't expect that to take to long, so please check back.
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In the meantime, we are excited about some of the new things you will see here:
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* the latest release of MediaWiki, including a new editor.
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* the Papers and Presentations link in the left nav - a place for User Group authors and presenters to create a listing of any/all of their presentations.
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* and more.
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We did have to remove the feature/extension that provided the user board and alternate user pages as that extension was highly customized and thus preventing us from keeping up to date with the latest release of MediaWiki.
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Once we (the Advisory Board and the Webmasters) have a chance to catch our breath, we will provide more details about whats new. '''[[SasCommunity.org_Update|Read More]]'''.
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In the meantime, don't hesitate to [mailto:WebMaster@sasCommunity.org?Subject=New%20Site%20Issue email us] if you see any problems or errors.
 
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Revision as of 16:13, 8 October 2013

MIGRATION COMPLETE: The site is now live in the new environment.

Welcome to sasCommunity.org at our new home. The sasCommunity.org Advisory Board and volunteer Webmasters are still checking a few things and so the site is still locked for editing while we do that. We don't expect that to take to long, so please check back.

In the meantime, we are excited about some of the new things you will see here:

  • the latest release of MediaWiki, including a new editor.
  • the Papers and Presentations link in the left nav - a place for User Group authors and presenters to create a listing of any/all of their presentations.
  • and more.

We did have to remove the feature/extension that provided the user board and alternate user pages as that extension was highly customized and thus preventing us from keeping up to date with the latest release of MediaWiki.

Once we (the Advisory Board and the Webmasters) have a chance to catch our breath, we will provide more details about whats new. Read More.

In the meantime, don't hesitate to email us if you see any problems or errors.

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In the past, setting multiple datasets of the same kind was tedious — we had to denote them separately. In SAS 9.2 and later, we can use a datalist with both the set and merge statements.

data overall;
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