19
Feb

Graphing cardiovascular disease mortality data

I have written several blog posts about longevity, and here is another one related to that topic. Cardiovascular disease (cvd) is one of the more common causes of death, and I was wondering how those numbers have changed over time. Are fewer people dyi... Read More
18
Feb

An easier way to perform regression with restricted cubic splines in SAS

Maybe if we think and wish and hope and pray It might come true. Oh, wouldn't it be nice? The Beach Boys Months ago, I wrote about how to use the EFFECT statement in SAS to perform regression with restricted cubic splines. This is the modern way to use splines [...]

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15
Feb

Embed scalable graphics using the ODS HTML5 destination

Beginning with SAS® 9.4, you can embed graphics output within HTML output using the ODS HTML5 destination. This technique works with SAS/GRAPH® procedures (such as GPLOT and GCHART), SG procedures (such as SGPLOT and SGRENDER), and when you create graphics output with ODS Graphics enabled. Most (if not all) existing [...]

Embed scalable graphics using the ODS HTML5 destination was published on SAS Users.

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14
Feb

Analyzing age and gender distribution, with a pyramid chart

With the US census coming in 2020, I've decided to sharpen my skills at graphing census data. And today I'm working on creating a population pyramid chart to analyze the age and gender distribution. Follow along if you'd like to see how to create such ... Read More
13
Feb

New Performance-Based Certification: Write SAS Code During Your Exam

SAS has worked with our exam delivery partners to integrate a live lab into an exam, which can be delivered anywhere, anytime, on-demand. The post New Performance-Based Certification: Write SAS Code During Your Exam appeared first on SAS Learning Post.... Read More
13
Feb

3 ways to obtain the Hessian at the MLE solution for a regression model

When you use maximum likelihood estimation (MLE) to find the parameter estimates in a generalized linear regression model, the Hessian matrix at the optimal solution is very important. The Hessian matrix indicates the local shape of the log-likelihood surface near the optimal value. You can use the Hessian to estimate [...]

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12
Feb

5 things to know about multi-tenancy

Multi-tenancy is one of the exciting new capabilities of SAS Viya. Because it is so new, there is quite a lot of misinformation going around about it. I would like to offer you five key things to know about multi-tenancy before implementing a project using this new paradigm. All tenants [...]

5 things to know about multi-tenancy was published on SAS Users.

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12
Feb

Isn’t SAS Romantic?

SAS Press gets in the Valentine's Day spirit.

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11
Feb

How to spot counterfeit company logos with AI – no SAS programming experience needed

As one of SAS' newest systems engineers, recently joining the Americas Artificial Intelligence Team, I’m incredibly excited to gain expertise in artificial intelligence and machine learning. I also look forward applying my knowledge to enable others to leverage the advanced technologies that SAS offers. However, as a recent graduate with [...]

How to spot counterfeit company logos with AI – no SAS programming experience needed was published on SAS Users.

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11
Feb

4 reasons to use PROC PLM for linear regression models in SAS

Have you ever run a regression model in SAS but later realize that you forgot to specify an important option or run some statistical test? Or maybe you intended to generate a graph that visualizes the model, but you forgot? Years ago, your only option was to modify your program [...]

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