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Re: help needed with reading .xpt files

Yes you can. Grab the viewer here:
http://www.sas.com/apps/demosdownloads/sassystemviewer_PROD_9.1.3_sysdep.jsp
?packageID=000313&jmpflag=N



If you download the SAS viewer for 9.1 you can read a transport file and
output the file to a CSV format.  You can select "EDIT|FILTER" from the menu
and output n number of records. If you want to export all of them, you will
have to wrestle with how you want to split them up using notepad, Excel or
some other application.



I just opened a 500 record .xpt file format with the 9.1 viewer (don't use
the universal viewer) and using the EDIT|FILTER menu selections wrote 100
records.



Philip Rack

MineQuest, LLC

SAS & WPS Consulting and WPS Reseller

Tel: (614) 457-3714

Web: www.MineQuest.com

Blog: www.MineQuest.com/WordPress





From: Roland Rashleigh-Berry [mailto:rolandberry@hotmail.com]
Sent: 01/01/2009 12:09 PM
To: philrack@minequest.com
Subject: RE: help needed with reading .xpt files



No because I am stuck with the 1500 obs limit

> From: PhilRack@minequest.com
> To: rolandberry@HOTMAIL.COM
> Subject: RE: help needed with reading .xpt files
> Date: Thu, 1 Jan 2009 11:55:01 -0500
>
> Can you use the SAS Viewer to read a transport file and then output it to
a
> csv file?
>
> Philip Rack
> MineQuest, LLC
> SAS & WPS Consulting and WPS Reseller
> Tel: (614) 457-3714
> Web: www.MineQuest.com
> Blog: www.MineQuest.com/WordPress
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: SAS(r) Discussion [mailto:SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU] On Behalf Of
> RolandRB
> Sent: 01/01/2009 11:43 AM
> To: SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU
> Subject: Re: help needed with reading .xpt files
>
> On Jan 1, 5:32 pm, RolandRB <rolandbe...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> > I have got a rich set of sas files in .xpt format plus SAS/LE that
> > only allows datasets up to 1500 obs. What I want to do is split
> > the .xpt files by unique patient identifier using non-sas techniques
> > so that that are hopefully less than 1500 obs each and then I can run
> > some sas code on them. When I open these .xpt files in Notepad all I
> > get is mostly crucifixes and rectangles. These files are OK because
> > sas will read them but then I get the 1500 limit slapped on me and I
> > wanted to split these files before giving them to sas to read.
>
> Maybe if someone can point me to reading these .xpt files with R and
> creating .csv files from them then I might be able to use gawk to
> split the .csv files by unique patient id so hopefully each file will
> be less than 1500 obs. Then I can use SAS/LE to read them.
>
> Sorry, but I don't have a full version of sas and am loathe to buy
> one. That money is best spent on other things (like beer).
>

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On Jan 1, 6:19=A0pm, PhilR...@MINEQUEST.COM (Phil Rack) wrote:
> Yes you can. Grab the viewer here:http://www.sas.com/apps/demosdownloads/=
sassystemviewer_PROD_9.1.3_sys...
> ?packageID=3D000313&jmpflag=3DN
>
> If you download the SAS viewer for 9.1 you can read a transport file and
> output the file to a CSV format. =A0You can select "EDIT|FILTER" from the=
 menu
> and output n number of records. If you want to export all of them, you wi=
ll
> have to wrestle with how you want to split them up using notepad, Excel o=
r
> some other application.
>
> I just opened a 500 record .xpt file format with the 9.1 viewer (don't us=
e
> the universal viewer) and using the EDIT|FILTER menu selections wrote 100
> records.
>
> Philip Rack
>
> MineQuest, LLC
>
> SAS & WPS Consulting and WPS Reseller
>
> Tel: (614) 457-3714
>
> Web:www.MineQuest.com
>
> Blog:www.MineQuest.com/WordPress
>
> From: Roland Rashleigh-Berry [mailto:rolandbe...@hotmail.com]
> Sent: 01/01/2009 12:09 PM
> To: philr...@minequest.com
> Subject: RE: help needed with reading .xpt files
>
> No because I am stuck with the 1500 obs limit
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> > From: PhilR...@minequest.com
> > To: rolandbe...@HOTMAIL.COM
> > Subject: RE: help needed with reading .xpt files
> > Date: Thu, 1 Jan 2009 11:55:01 -0500
>
> > Can you use the SAS Viewer to read a transport file and then output it =
to
> a
> > csv file?
>
> > Philip Rack
> > MineQuest, LLC
> > SAS & WPS Consulting and WPS Reseller
> > Tel: (614) 457-3714
> > Web:www.MineQuest.com
> > Blog:www.MineQuest.com/WordPress
>
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: SAS(r) Discussion [mailto:SA...@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU] On Behalf Of
> > RolandRB
> > Sent: 01/01/2009 11:43 AM
> > To: SA...@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU
> > Subject: Re: help needed with reading .xpt files
>
> > On Jan 1, 5:32 pm, RolandRB <rolandbe...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> > > I have got a rich set of sas files in .xpt format plus SAS/LE that
> > > only allows datasets up to 1500 obs. What I want to do is split
> > > the .xpt files by unique patient identifier using non-sas techniques
> > > so that that are hopefully less than 1500 obs each and then I can run
> > > some sas code on them. When I open these .xpt files in Notepad all I
> > > get is mostly crucifixes and rectangles. These files are OK because
> > > sas will read them but then I get the 1500 limit slapped on me and I
> > > wanted to split these files before giving them to sas to read.
>
> > Maybe if someone can point me to reading these .xpt files with R and
> > creating .csv files from them then I might be able to use gawk to
> > split the .csv files by unique patient id so hopefully each file will
> > be less than 1500 obs. Then I can use SAS/LE to read them.
>
> > Sorry, but I don't have a full version of sas and am loathe to buy
> > one. That money is best spent on other things (like beer).
>
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