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## How to learn "SAS Enterprise Miner" or "SPSS Clementine"?Hello, I'm interested in learning one of these two tools. What would you recommend? Are there any good books or training program that is n… Started by Sandro Saitta |
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## How to Define ordinal variables in SAS?Hello All, I need help in defining ordinal variables in SAS. I have age buckets given for each person. Say 26 Years-30 years as bucket 1, 3… Started by Raghu Chittari |
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## Time interval in SAS Base - Please help urgentlyI've two variables, one is time (hour, minute, second) format and the other is price. I'm interested in determing the max & min values… Started by Success |
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## Formatting RAW CHAID ANALYSIS DataIs applying basic SAS code to split RAW data output from CHAID analysis the best way to format data into clean nodes or creating some sort… Started by Crissy Wallace |
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## CHAID AnalysisI am fairly new to using CHAID Analysis tools, I am looking for an easy way to display the data out of a CHAID into Nodes as data is modifi… Started by Crissy Wallace |
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## Financial instruments price predictionI am working with a financial instrument's intraday time series data. I have to predict the price of a financial instrument on the basis of… Started by Rakesh Paul |
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## Bootstraps, Permutation Tests, and Sampling with and Without Replacement Orders of Magnitude Faster Using SAS®A very efficient approach to random sampling in SAS® achieves speed increases orders of magnitude faster than the relevant "built-in" SAS®… Started by J.D. Opdyke |
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## Avoiding data set merging problems when by-variable has different lengths (SAS)When merging 2 tables on a common by-variable you run the risk of having a different length on this (or these) by variable(s). If this is t… Started by biguidance |
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## Using PROC SQL to simplify lookups which combine different tables (SAS)Imagine you want to have a list of products bought by customers, for instance the ones who live in theUS. If your database has a somewhat r… Started by biguidance |
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## SAS training - Statistical Analyst Learning PathHello everyone, Has anyone ever taken any of the SAS courses listed in the Statistical Analyst Learning Path (For SAS Programmers) and… Started by Claude Girouard |
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