18
Aug

Code debugging and program history in SAS Enterprise Guide

SAS programmers have high expectations for their coding environment, and why shouldn't they? Companies have a huge investment in their SAS code base, and it's important to have tools that help you understand that code and track changes over time. Few things are more satisfying as a SAS program that [...]

The post Code debugging and program history in SAS Enterprise Guide appeared first on The SAS Dummy.

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18
Aug

Tips and Tricks: Managing long category values

Long category values occur frequently in real world use cases.  This can happen with graphs for analysis of clinical research data, and also for graphs showing survey data where the question asked may be long (even a paragraph).  Managing such long categories on the x or y axis is always [...]

The post Tips and Tricks: Managing long category values appeared first on Graphically Speaking.

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18
Aug

Making the sas.servers script look pretty

This blog post provides the steps for applying color and an easy-to-read layout to make the sas.servers script look cute and even fun!

Making the sas.servers script look pretty was published on SAS Users.

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17
Aug

SAS Viya sharing credentials for database access

SAS Viya deployments use credentials for accessing databases and other third-party products that require authentication. In this blog post, I will look at how this sharing of credentials is implemented in SAS Environment Manager. In SAS Viya, domains are used to store the: Credentials required to access external data sources. Identities [...]

SAS Viya sharing credentials for database access was published on SAS Users.

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17
Aug

Mapping out the next robot invasion!

Robots - everyone has probably been fascinated by the idea of robots at one time or another. From the early science fiction robots (such as Klaatu's robot Gort) to the mid-1980s movie robots (like Johnny 5), they have been portrayed in many different w... Read More
16
Aug

Load Data into SAS Viya via REST API

In this blog post I am going to cover the example of importing data into SAS Viya using Cloud Analytic Services (CAS) actions via REST API. For example, you may want to import data into a CASLib via REST API.  This means you can perform an import of data outside [...]

Load Data into SAS Viya via REST API was published on SAS Users.

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16
Aug

Which of my factors are important?

This question has been asked repeatedly for decades by anyone facing a new system. That system might be a new product, a new piece of equipment, a new process, or anything really that is new and not well understood. Ultimately, you might need to change... Read More
16
Aug

Jedi SAS Tips - Favorite Resources for SAS Programmers

I frequently get asked about my favorite book on a particular topic, how to find free SAS learning materials online, how to get help with SAS issues, etc. This lead me to compile a "Great Resources for SAS Programmers" document which I freely share wit... Read More
16
Aug

Use a bar chart to visualize pairwise correlations

Visualizing the correlations between variables often provides insight into the relationships between variables. I've previously written about how to use a heat map to visualize a correlation matrix in SAS/IML, and Chris Hemedinger showed how to use Base SAS to visualize correlations between variables. Recently a SAS programmer asked how [...]

The post Use a bar chart to visualize pairwise correlations appeared first on The DO Loop.

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15
Aug

Graphs with long category values

A few days ago, I posted an article on displaying first N bars from a data set.  This is useful when the data is sorted by descending response, and only the first few values are significant.  There were a few interesting comments, including one that was regarding the treatment of [...]

The post Graphs with long category values appeared first on Graphically Speaking.

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