17
Jan

It doesn’t matter what you do (and that’s a good thing)

I have several ideas for blog posts I haven’t written. One is for this blog on simple statistics that answer useful questions. Three others are for my 7 Generation Games blog, on various features and functions in Javascript. I haven’t written any of them. Instead, I wrote an annual report that was due for one […] Read More
16
Jan

Take a SAS security journey at SAS Global Forum 2017

Editor's note: Charyn Faenza co-authored this blog. Learn more about Charyn. As the fun of the festive season ends, the buzz of the new year and the enchantment of SAS Global Forum 2017 begins. SAS Global Forum is a conference designed by SAS users, for SAS users, bringing together SAS professionals […]

Take a SAS security journey at SAS Global Forum 2017 was published on SAS Users.

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16
Jan

Prius isn't the highest-mpg hybrid in 2017!

For many years, the Toyota Prius was the hybrid with the best mpg - but in 2017 that's changing! Let's examine the data ... For analyses like this, I have found the fueleconomy.gov website to be a wonderful source of information. In recent years, they've even made all their data […]

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16
Jan

PUT it there! Six tips for using PUT and %PUT statements in SAS

For SAS programmers, the PUT statement in the DATA step and the %PUT macro statement are useful statements that enable you to display the values of variables and macro variables, respectively. By default, the output appears in the SAS log. This article shares a few tips that help you to […]

The post PUT it there! Six tips for using PUT and %PUT statements in SAS appeared first on The DO Loop.

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15
Jan

Scatter with box

Previously, I discussed ways to create a Box Plot with Stat Table and Markers in the linked article.  One of the graphs showed a Box Plot of Cholesterol by Death cause along with the display of the actual observations.  The main goal for that article was display of statistics with […]

The post Scatter with box appeared first on Graphically Speaking.

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13
Jan

What to do in Orlando, during SAS Global Forum!

They say "a picture is worth 1000 words" - and I think it might be more like 2000 when it comes to planning out fun/interesting things to do in  a new city! I'm going to the SAS Global Forum (#SASGF) conference in Orlando this year, and I was wondering where […]

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12
Jan

Five great analytics resolutions for 2017

The holiday season is over – and you survived. You’ve made a lot of personal resolutions for 2017 - go to the gym, eat less sugar, save more money, visit Grandma more often. These are all great personal resolutions for 2017, but what about your analytics resolutions? If you are […]

Five great analytics resolutions for 2017 was published on SAS Users.

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11
Jan

Advanced ODS Graphics: Axis tables in PROC SGPLOT and the GTL

Axis tables enable you to combine tabular and graphical information into a single display. I love the axis table. My involvement with the axis table dates back over 30 years to its ancient predecessor, the ASCII bar chart. In the mid 1980s, I created a table in PROC CORRESP consisting […]

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11
Jan

Ten posts from 2016 that deserve a second look

Last week I wrote about the 10 most popular articles from The DO Loop in 2016. The popular articles tend to be about elementary topics that appeal to a wide range of SAS programmers. Today I present an "editor's choice" list of technical articles that describe more advanced statistical methods […]

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9
Jan

ODS OUTPUT: Store any statistic created by any SAS procedure

In the beginning SAS created procedures and output. The output was formless and void. Then SAS said, "Let there be ODS," and there was ODS. Customers saw that ODS was good, and SAS separated the computation from the display and management of output. The preceding paragraph oversimplifies the SAS Output […]

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