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Have you created Scalable Vector Graphics with SAS?

If you haven’t tried them for your web applications and other graphics needs, you’ll want to read further! Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) output is vector graphics output you can display with most (if not all) modern web browsers. Because SVG graphic output is scalable, you can zoom in on the […]

Exporting events from SAS Environment Manager

As SAS administrators, I know you are as excited as I am by the ability of SAS Environment Manager to monitor, in detail, the performance of their SAS environments. Now, we have a robust tool to monitor, measure and report on the performance of the various SAS components. An added […]

Junior Professional Program--more reasons to apply

The application deadline for the SAS Global Forum 2015 Junior Professional Award has been extended to February 1! If you have fewer than three years’ experience using SAS in a professional setting, you’ll want to take a closer look at the requirements and apply online. Junior Professional Program Coordinators Sally […]

SAS Visual Statistics: go from data exploration to modeling in one step

In case you haven’t read about SAS Visual Statistics, let’s start with a quick overview. First, it’s an add-on to SAS Visual Analytics. Second, it’s a web-based solution with an interactive, drag-and-drop interface that helps you rapidly build descriptive and predictive models. Lastly, SAS Visual Analytics and SAS Visual Statistics […]

Consolidating SAS desktop users to a central server

In trying to offer better support to SAS users, many customers’ IT departments are looking to consolidate all their SAS desktop users onto a centralized Windows, UNIX or Linux server. This option is a very practical strategy, but implementing it satisfactorily requires a lot of assessment on how the SAS […]


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