Re: SAS Parallel processing
if (for obvious reasons since you are rsubmitting code) you can not give us
ready-to-run code then at least show us the error messages you get.
> -----Urspruengliche Nachricht-----
> Von Ram
> Gesendet: Dienstag, 31. Juli 2007 02:51
> I am relatively new to SAS parallel processing scene and trying to
> work on the following piece of code using SAS 9 on a PC. The remote
> server has 4 processors and this is a UNIX based server. On my PC
> windows based SAS, I execute the following code after connecting to
> the remote serve...Re: SAS Parallel processing #4
>I am relatively new to SAS parallel processing scene and trying to
>work on the following piece of code using SAS 9 on a PC. The remote
>server has 4 processors and this is a UNIX based server. On my PC
>windows based SAS, I execute the following code after connecting to
>the remote server.
>options autosignon=yes ;
>rsubmit; /* Begin simulation */
>options symbolgen ls=96;
>options sascmd='!sascmd -nosyntaxcheck' autosignon=yes
>%macro StatsModel(startLoop=, endLoop=, inputf...Re: Faster SAS processing --in parallel?--
Rick posted the following interesting question:
> I'm rather *new* in SAS-land so please humor my lacking
> "SAS-code lingo"
> I've got a HUGE piece of SAS code that I've written for
> work...and I'm trying to clean it up to get it to run faster.
> I was *thinking*:
> In SQL, you can run a "SET CURRENT DEGREE=ANY" to utilize
> parallelism in a DB2 server and allow up to 64 instructions
> to be run at the same time. I typically only get 20-30
> degrees of parallelism each time, but it cuts a 20-30 minute
...Re: SAS CONNECT/SAS Display Manager or BASE SAS
Abc Unha posted the following:
> We have SAS EBI Server license. Many or our SAS Programmer wants to
> use BASE
> SAS (or SAS Display Manager) instead of SAS Enterprise Guide.
> But As you know Windows Server comes with only two terminal licenses.
> I see that we have SAS/CONNECT license (which came with BI suite). Can
> install BASE SAS on PC and use SAS/CONNECT to run code on the server?
> Or Do we have to buy PC license for BASE SAS?
> What's options we have. Please help.
Abc, I can't claim to know the ABC'...Re: SAS Parallel processing #3 694182
Ram posted the following:
> I am relatively new to SAS parallel processing scene and
> trying to work on the following piece of code using SAS 9 on
> a PC. The remote server has 4 processors and this is a UNIX
> based server. On my PC windows based SAS, I execute the
> following code after connecting to the remote server.
> options autosignon=yes ;
> rsubmit; /* Begin simulation */
> options symbolgen ls=96;
> options sascmd='!sascmd -nosyntaxcheck' autosignon=yes
> %macro StatsModel(startLoop=, end...Re: SAS Parallel processing #3 1565310
Like Robert said: it is impossible to help you without knowing anything,
but your machines and how many processors they have. We don't know, where
the problem is located, if we don't know which errors you get!
One idea: you say, you test macros in your local environment? When you
call them in remote programs, you get errors? Maybe something that the
macro %xyz is unknown? That's the case if they are local to your PC and
you submit and execute code on a remote machine!
By the way: do we talk of parallel-processing, or remote-processing?
On Tue, 31 Jul 2007 09:29:15 +020...Re: Faster SAS processing --in parallel?-- #2
I've presented a couple papers at SAS Conferences on MP/CONNECT running
under Version 8.2--they'll be most useful if used in conjunction with
Cheryl Donninger's paper.
...Re: What r the data types in SAS? in Base SAS , and SAS SQL
> From: Amar Mundankar
> Sent: Tuesday, July 21, 2009 8:10 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: What r the data types in SAS? in Base SAS , and SAS SQL
> Hi all,
> What are the different data types in Base SAS and SAS SQL??
character, lengths from 1 to 32,000+
numeric: lengths from 2 to 8
dates are a subtype of numeric
and are identified by their date, datetime, or time formats
the new proc TSPL (Table Server Processing Language)
supports ANSI data types: bigint, tinyint, etc.
http://s...Re: SAS Advanced Programming Exam for SAS 9: SAS Joke of the year.
I took the advanced exam this April because I wanted a relatively
systematic way of assessing my knowledge of SAS in a short time span.
For that purpose, it was worth it.
Since I learn SAS by doing new tasks, or re-doing old tasks in a new
way, I assume my knowledge of SAS is uneven, even though I am regarded
as productive, and frequently creative in using SAS to solve our group's
I passed the test, with lower subscores on the components that I
expected to be weakest on. I thought many of the questions made me
think about some fundamental, sometimes subtle, features of the
lan...Re: R vs. SAS (was Replacement for SAS (SPSS vs. SAS, redux))
I use both SAS and R; I"ve used SAS for 10 or 15 years, R for about 6
months - 1 year.
Each has strengths and weaknesses; I'd not like to give up either.
Strengths of SAS (esp. compared to R)
Tech support - I have SAS tech support's phone number and our license
number memorized. They're great.
SAS-L - There's also an R-help list, and it's also great, but the mood
is different; r-help is less welcoming to newbie questions, silly
questions, badly worded questions, not directly on topic questions, and
Dealing with large data sets - I don't do this much, b...how to add fonts to the sas registry (was RE: Re: sas/graph:
Success! A google search led me to:
Which includes the magic option on FONTREG to use the "all" mode. (And
now that I look back on the FONTREG docs, I see it there was well :-P).
So here's code that works:
* =================================== ;
proc fontreg mode = all msglevel = verbose ;
truetype 'c:\windows\fonts' ;
data phoney ;
do n = 1 to 2000 ;
x = ranuni(-1) ;
if n le 1000 then grp = "one" ;
else grp = "two" ;
gopti...Re: SAS Advanced Programming Exam for SAS 9: SAS Joke of the year. #8
On Tue, 4 Sep 2007, Alan Churchill wrote:
> It seems that a test like this would toss me out of the pool from the
> get-go. Heck, maybe that's what the goal would be ;-]
Well then, maybe the rest of us might have a chance then :)
Given that I have not used SAS regularly in months, I would be hurting.
Hopefully, I would not be tossed immediately either.
Isn't one point of the test to allow a organization to call itself a
partner or some other distinction? Maybe to be listed among companies on
Kevin Viel, PhD
Department of Geneti...Re: SAS Advanced Programming Exam for SAS 9: SAS Joke of the year. #6
I interviewed at a company that gave a test where I had a half hour to
produce a very simple report using PROC REPORT. I was provided all the
manuals I wanted, but because I had used PROC REPORT before, I wanted none
of them. I finished in five minutes, and most people on SAS-L would be
able to beat that time.
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"toby dunn" <tobydunn@HOTMAIL.COM>
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09/04/2007 05:15 PM
Please respond to
"toby dunn" <tobydunn@HOTMAIL.COM>
SAS-L@LISTSE...Re: SAS Advanced Programming Exam for SAS 9: SAS Joke of the year. #2
Test preparation is akin to following a simple algorithm:
1. Evaluate the test and discover if it is worth taking.
2. If #1 evaluates false then go to exit.
3. Determine if your *test* knowledge of SAS is insufficient.
4. If #3 evaluates true, do the test preparation.
5. Pay the money.
6. Take the test.
From your standpoint, the step of paramount importance is step #1. That is
where you mainly failed. From SAS' standpoint, only one step matters: #5.
This is the only reason the test was created in the first place.
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