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Things to Consider for Mobile BI Design

Posted on August 15, 2013 at 10:30am 0 Comments

Rather it's the wave of the future or just a passing fad,  if you are designing information for the mobile BI users then this change applies to you!  There's a simple reason - what will your fancy report look like on a teeny-tiny, itty-bitty tablet? Cramped? Sliding off the page? Not ready for prime time?   [Read more about mobile BI predictions in my Mobile BI Is Arriving Soon... It Could…


Push SAS Further with JQuery and AJAX - It's Easy!

Posted on July 30, 2013 at 2:41am 0 Comments

In the Jurassic SAS in the BI/EBI World blog, Don Henderson shows fun and cool ways to push SAS a little further, which is using SAS Server Pages, JQuery and AJAX.

Check out his startling and beautiful results.  …


3 Tips for Escaping Upper Hell (aka Slow Connections with Large Data)

Posted on June 4, 2013 at 5:23am 0 Comments

Ever find yourself waiting for your data to appear and you start wondering if you are paying for sins from a past life?  Dante must have been thinking of this situation as he created his Circles of Hell.  There is no way the agony of waiting for data to appear with a looming deadline did not make his list!

Often it seems like the closer the deadline, the slower the connection.  When working with data locally, the data appears…


View a SAS table in Excel using a Web Query and a Stored Process

Posted on February 21, 2013 at 5:30am 0 Comments

Guest Post by Stig Eide

Stig Eide showed me a trick for using the Excel web query to look at SAS data. Very clever trick!

Want to view a SAS table in Excel but you don't have the Add-In for Microsoft Office installed? This post describes an alternative method. Excel has a nice feature where you are allowed to query a web page for data. I will describe how you can set up the query against a stored process, and how to pass parameters.

First, you need…


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