As the first step in the decommissioning of sasCommunity.org the site has been converted to read-only mode.
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sasCommunity Tip of the Day
You can estimate the future size of a SAS data set with my handy SIZE_THE_DATA SAS sample program Sample 25289: Determine the Size of SAS Data Sets on PC, UNIX, VAX and Linux Servers.
This program might be just what you need to determine if you have enough space for that tidal wave of SAS data headed your way!
Submitted by Michael A. Raithel, The man who wrote the book on performance.. Contact me at my Discussion Page.
Feel free to comment on this tip.
Check out the Tip of the Day page for details about this effort.
|SAS.ONE - SUGI 21 Conference Proceedings Now Online|
1st Users Conference
Since 1976, SAS users have gathered to share the unique ways they use SAS. At the end of each annual conference, the SAS Users Group International (SUGI) and later as SAS Global Forum collected all the individual papers (and posters) presented that year and published them in a volume of proceedings. These historical proceedings contain a vast number of papers which contain methods and techniques that are not available anywhere else to the SAS User Community.
Proceedings before SUGI 21 have not been accessible online - they were available only in bound paper volumes. To address this, the SAS Global Users Group Executive Board began a project in May 2010 to digitally capture SAS.ONE through SUGI 21 proceedings and make them available to the global SAS Community on sasCommunity.org.
|Become a sasCommunity Guru|
|The sasCommunity support team has been hard at work adding new features and is pleased to announce a points system that recognizes each user's contributions to the site. Every time you contribute by creating a page, updating it, or just doing a little wiki gardening, you earn points.
Earning points is automatic and simple - all you have to do is contribute! Creating your account starts you with 1000 points and all the current users have been credited with points dating back to the site coming online in April 2007. See the User Levels and Points Help Page to learn more.
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