2/10-2/14 Unofficial SAS Weblog Posts
2/10-2/14 Unofficial SAS Weblog Posts
CODE: Ready, Set, GO! GO! GO! GO! ... GO!
Feb 14, 2005, 12:03 AM ET
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TIPS: Rolling Your Own SAS Help
Feb 10, 2005, 11:31 PM ET
...SAS/C Y2K error?
I'm making use of __DATE__ with SAS/C for the first
time and discovered that the date is off by one day.
At first I thought my RTC might be out of line with
reality but it is correct. SASI made a Y2K error
when they implemented the __DATE__ operations?
In article <20050630.7A24BB0.8B8D@mojaveg.iwvisp.com>, Everett M. Greene wrote:
> I'm making use of __DATE__ with SAS/C for the first
> time and discovered that the date is off by one day.
> At first I thought my RTC might be out of line with
> reality but it is correct. SASI made a Y2K error
> when...Re: Do you think sas programmers should only use sas? #28
Agree totally...maybe the difference between a statistician and a
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From: SAS(r) Discussion [mailto:SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU] On Behalf Of Richard
Sent: Tuesday, August 09, 2005 3:14 PM
Subject: Re: Do you think sas programmers should only use sas?
You need a spell-checker badly. :-)
Richard (one of those statistician-programmers)
At 12:45 PM 8/9/2005, Toby wrote:
>I think I am the caus...Problem with global variables
I have another problem here. Below is the code.
function fftout=fft_rd(XX, isIfft, shifts, UseHwFft)
//This function computes the radix 4 DIF FFT
//input: XX is a vector of input.
// isIfft=0 (FFT). isIfft=1 (IFFT). IFFT is not working currently
// shifts is a vector for shift at each stage
// UseHwFft is 1
global AguNone AguSwap2 AguSwap3 AguSwap4 AguSwap5 AguSwap6
global AguSwap7 AguSwap8 AguSwap9 AguSwap10 AguSwap11
global AguRot2 AguRot4 AguRot6 AguRot8 AguRot10
When I type getf('fft_rd.sci'), ...US-PA: King of Prussia-SAS Programmers #7
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Let's say I have a global variable int var which I want
to be known to translation units T1 and T2, I want T1
to be able to read its value and modify it and T2 to be
able to read its value but not modify it. Would it work
if I declare it inside T1 as "extern int var" and inside T2
as "extern const int var" ?
"Spiros Bousbouras" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Let's say I have a global variable int var which I want
> to be known to translation units T1 and T2, I want T1
> ...SAS 9.1 is Here
At least for Solaris, we received it last week.
Be forewarned: The installation instructions are...
I just can't think of an adequate description. Thorough, yes, but voluminous!
Gone are the days when one could blindly feed CDs to perform an install.
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On 2 Feb 2004 07:19:21 -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org (Tim Braam)
>At least for Solaris, we received it last week.
SI has just told me that general availability (i.e., for sites not on
the LA list) of 9.1 for the Win32 platform will be "2nd quarter".
"Tim Braam" <timoth...Re: SAS & .Net ?? #3
I suggest you to go to read the exchanges of e-mails to this subject (java and .net), in the archives of SAS-L. The period has to be between October, 2004 and February, 2005. The main interlocutors were Alan Churchill and Richard DeVenezia.
>Date: Wed, 4 May 2005 04:03:18 GMT
>De: Josh Grameson <moon248@BORDERLESSGROUP.COM>
>Sujet: Re: SAS & .Net ??
>Thanks so much for your reply.
>Well it's a collection of apps in SAS that returns various number analysis
>based o...Re: R vs. SAS (was Replacement for SAS (SPSS vs. SAS, redux)) #2
Sounds like R is the SAS equivalent of Linux .. who are incidentally in all
sorts of a copy left/right mess at the moment.
On Thu, 5 Feb 2004 09:39:37 -0500, Peter Flom <flom@NDRI.ORG> wrote:
>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...How to lock the SAS code from editing?
People work in a server could share SAS code to each other. Sometims, one
could accidently change others' code and save it. Is there a way that autho=
could lock the SAS code from editing and still could share it with others?
More details please:
* what operating system?
* where is the code stored? external files? sas catalog entry? etc.
Your question begs the answer "just make the file readonly", but without
appropriate details it's difficult to help further.
"Jianping Zhu" <zhujp98@GMAIL.COM> wrote in message
I need to use the ETL for multiple data inputs and multiple data
sets.This can be possible in user written code data transform.
Can u please tell me how to use the tool properly for the Multiple
Inputs and Multiple outputs.
Please explain withe steps to follow.
I was getting an eroor whenever i use splitter and user written code .
User written code can how far be useful.
plaese help me
>I need to use the ETL for multiple data inputs and multiple data
>sets.This can be possible in user written code data transform.
>Can ...Re: SAS Help #22 678897
Here you go:
format var1 z10.;
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...Searching for SAS Programming Tips: A Guide to Efficient SAS Programming
I have 9.1.3
SAS help lists a particular reference "SAS Programming Tips: A Guide to
Efficient SAS Programming". I tried searching for this in SAS help but
with no success. Using the search button returned 9 entries but none of
them has the actual document.
Is this resource included in help?
Please guide me.
Go to Amazon.com and put in that title.
It is available there for $12.48 (U.S. dollars).
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On Wed, 7 Dec 2005 08:38:48 -0800, Hari <excel_hari@YAHOO.COM> wrote:
>I have 9.1.3
>SAS...Re: SAS-L Survey #2
I don't know why netscape wouldn't accept the address. I did receive the
email which you posted to sas-l and your response has been counted.
If anyone else runs into the same problem, please use my other email
address, namely: atabachneck at ibc dot ca
On Mon, 11 Dec 2006 15:29:15 -0500, Wainwright, Andrea
>Not sure if this has to do with your lower response rate, or if it is
>just me, but my reply to you alone bounced back with the following error
>The following message to <art...bootstrapping with SAS
I'm reading some new stats books from work and I would like to look at some
examples of SAS code and datasets where bootstrapping has or could be
applied and the benefits that have been derived from this method.
Search the SUGI proceedings for applications of bootstrap in SAS.
There are a number of bootstrap macros that have been referenced over the
years; look at the comp.soft-sys.sas in google-groups.
"dg" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I'm r...Re: Question That I found on SAS forums #6
You are right Art , That was my Intial concern too but the Origonal poster
was having something else in the requirement , he is creating a new dataset
(not including the Origonal months ) and trying to find out Non zero values
of for the different products that took place in different months.
Thanks once again data_null_ ,Art and Barry for showing me how to use array
On Tue, Mar 3, 2009 at 6:53 PM, Arthur Tabachneck <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
> My previous concerns still hold but, if your data are really so nicely
> structured, how about something like:?
>...Re: Sum variables in SAS #2
On Tue, Jun 3, 2008 at 5:26 PM, Brad Heins <email@example.com> wrote:
> I have a data that I want to sum variables in SAS and I am not quite sure
> how to do it. I have an example of the dataset below and I want to sum
> and fat for 3 days for each ID.
> Also, how would I sum the data for milk for just 2 days instead of 3 days.
> Can I do this with some sort of "do" loop?
> Any help would be greatly appreicated.
> Brad H.
> ID Days Milk Fat
> 1 1 20 2
> 1 2 30 3
> 1 3 23 2.5
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...Re: absolute, total newbie to SAS #4
I think SAS does provide evaluation copies for potential customers,
but you are not one your future employer already has the software.
You should look at the SAS learning edition it is not free but will
last much longer than 30 days.
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On 10/20/08, firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> wrote:
> I'm soon to start a job that would use SAS for statistical analysis,
> having never used or seen the program before I was hoping to be able
> to download a '30-day free'...Re: SAS Certification #31
I never relied on tests like this for hiring candidates or advising on them.
Why? I think they miss out on whether they will be a good coder. For
example, I have been coding in SAS a long, long, long time yet I still have
to go and look up x, y, and z when needed (the SAS editor lacks Intellisense
so coding is far more difficult).
When I need to get deep into SAS code, I have to re-orient my brain from
C#/OOP to SAS. Doing that on the spot is not indicative of understanding the
concepts and that, to me, is the main determination. Does SAS's epochal date
start at an index of 0 or 1? Well, ...Problem with UNIX/Linux Shared Libraries and Global variables ...
I observe a behavior with shared libraries (.so) and global variables
that I cannot understand ...
I'd appreciate if someone can explain the behavior ..
a> Test is an executable on Solaris/Linux built from main.o (main.cpp)
b> Test dynamically loads a shared libraires mylib1.so and mylib2.so
both built from mylibsrc.o (mylibsrc.cpp)
c> mylibsrc.cpp contains a global variable 'int MyGlobal' that is non
static and not extern (simply int MyGlobal)
d> I have extern C Set and Get functions in mylibsrc.cpp to access
e> Under these circumstatnces, when...Global 'include <Some_Module>' conflicts with OpenStruct
I need to include methods from module 'A' into global scope. But i have
faced problem, it does interfere with OpenStruct.
def text; puts "The 'text' method from the 'A' module." end
os = OpenStruct.new(:text => "Text from the 'OpenStruct'")
puts os.text #=> The 'text' method from the 'A' module. \n nil
How it can be solved?
Desired behavior should be:
puts os.text #=> Text from the...sas macro call sas macro call sas macro
Hi, here is my test data set:
DATA one ;
INFILE cards ;
INPUT a b1 b2 b3 b4;
1 3 4 7 7
1 6 5 8 8
1 3 4 7 9
1 3 3 6 8
2 1 2 5 10
2 2 3 6 10
2 2 4 5 9
2 2 3 6 11
then I tried this code:
proc print data=&data.; run;
%macro loopSubset(data, subbasedon, funcmacro);
proc sort data=&data. nodupkey out=sublist(keep=&subbasedon.);
select count(*) as cnt into : totlist
***** loop all subsets *****;
%do n=1 %to &totlist.;
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