16
Oct

Creating a word cloud using Python and SAS® software

Generating a word cloud (also known as a tag cloud) is a good way to mine internet text. Word (or tag) clouds visually represent the occurrence of keywords found in internet data such as Twitter feeds.

Creating a word cloud using Python and SAS® software was published on SAS Users.

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16
Oct

Visualize a regression with splines

The EFFECT statement is supported by more than a dozen SAS/STAT regression procedures. Among other things, it enables you to generate spline effects that you can use to fit nonlinear relationships in data. Recently there was a discussion on the SAS Support Communities about how to interpret the parameter estimates [...]

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15
Oct

ערך הניבוי החיובי של בדיקת ממוגרפיה לגילוי מוקדם של סרטן השד

מה הסיכוי שאשה שקיבלה תוצאה חיובית בבדיקת ממוגרפיה אכן חולה בסרטן השד? לסיכוי הזה קוראים ערך הניבוי החיובי של הבדיקה, והוא לא תלוי רק בבדיקה עצמה אלא בגורם נוסף.

The post ערך הניבוי החיובי של בדיקת ממוגרפיה לגילוי מוקדם של סרטן השד appeared first on נסיכת המדעים.

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14
Oct

Capturing log messages from Viya deployments

The Viya Operations Infrastructure provides components to collect and store log messages in order to manage a large number of logs enable you to locate messages of interest.

Capturing log messages from Viya deployments was published on SAS Users.

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14
Oct

Compute the geometric mean for many variables in SAS

I recently wrote about how to use PROC TTEST in SAS/STAT software to compute the geometric mean and related statistics. This prompted a SAS programmer to ask a related question. Suppose you have dozens (or hundreds) of variables and you want to compute the geometric mean of each. What is [...]

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10
Oct

How to Simulate DATA Step DESCENDING BY Statements in SAS® Cloud Analytic Services (CAS)

The SAS DATA Step's DESCENDING option on BY variables quickly reveals a data set's largest value.

How to Simulate DATA Step DESCENDING BY Statements in SAS® Cloud Analytic Services (CAS) was published on SAS Users.

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9
Oct

SAS Championship (golf) - plotting the results

The SAS Championship golf tournament is happening this week, here in Cary, North Carolina! If you're following along and watching the scores, you might wonder how they're doing compared to past years, and what kind of scores it generally takes to win. ... Read More
9
Oct

Top 5 SAS Books for Students

As a fellow student, I know that making sure you get the right books for learning a new skill can be tough. To get you started off right, I would like to share the top SAS books that professors are requesting for students learning SAS. With this inside sneak-peak, you [...]

Top 5 SAS Books for Students was published on SAS Users.

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9
Oct

What statistic should you use to display error bars for a mean?

In a previous article, I mentioned that the VLINE statement in PROC SGPLOT is an easy way to graph the mean response at a set of discrete time points. I mentioned that you can choose three options for the length of the "error bars": the standard deviation of the data, [...]

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7
Oct

Graph the mean response versus time in SAS

It is always great to read an old paper or blog post and think, "This task is so much easier in SAS 9.4!" I had that thought recently when I stumbled on a 2007 paper by Wei Cheng titled "Graphical Representation of Mean Measurement over Time." A substantial portion of [...]

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