After consulting with existing SAS Professional users, we felt the time was right to make some changes to the layout of the network. The changes we have made are designed to make the site easier to use, and we have also taken this opportunity to retire some of the old functionality that was rarely used. We hope you enjoy the changes we have made and continue to join in the discussion on SAS Professionals.
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Hello,Below is an example of my dataset with the 3 status variables and a count on the number of observations. What I would like to do is condense this into unique combinations, for example obs 2 &3 and also 6 & 7 are equivalent and so I…Continue
Started by Robert Dyer. Last reply by Vasilij Nevlev on Wednesday.
Dear SAS Professional,When registering for the UK 2015 SAS Forum in London or Manchester, you will have the option to also select the SAS Certification day. We will be offering the SAS Base and SAS Advanced certification exams at both…Continue
Started by Myles Hannon May 19.
SAS® Forum: United Kingdom and Ireland Save the date for SAS® Forum: Join us in London or Manchester You’re invited to attend SAS Forum, the premier business analytics event for SAS professionals and their managers in the United Kingdom. SAS…Continue
Started by SAS Professionals Manager. Last reply by Caroline Scottow May 18.
Hi,I am using proc hpsplit to make a decision tree modelo and I am having an error when saving the model:23 proc hpsplit data=test maxdepth=8 maxbranch=2 ;24 target baja;25 input comp_pend ;26 code file='model_dtree.sas';27 run;ERROR: HPSPLIT was…Continue
Started by Juan Vidal Gil. Last reply by Juan Vidal Gil May 18.
Hi all This is proving to be quite a painful exercise.We bought the SAS/ACCESS to MSSQL module 2 months ago. This is a SAS Datadirect driver which sits on ODBC. (we use the SAS Grid on Red Hat Linux Nodes)So we need to install the Microsoft ODBC…Continue
Started by Len van den Berg. Last reply by Len van den Berg May 15.
SAS and AWS recently released a joint paper on how to host SAS Grid Manager on AWS using the Intel Lustre shared file system.
As you may be aware SAS Grid can place very high demands (in terms of the I/O rates) on the storage subsystems…Continue
Posted by Richard Down on May 15, 2015 at 9:39
The data balance has shifted. New technologies like Hadoop have…Continue
Posted by Katie Cairns on May 12, 2015 at 15:30
Huawei P8 comments also started coming, and most people seem to think that phone is elegant, providing value for money and has a solid camera, there are several problems. This is quite similar in their design of…Continue
Posted by Allen4william on May 12, 2015 at 7:58