SAS' Kris Stobbe shows how you can predict survival rates of Titanic passengers with a combination of both Python and CAS using SWAT, then see how the models performed.
In case you missed the news, there is a new edition of The Little SAS Book! Last fall, we completed the sixth edition of our book, and even though it is actually a few pages shorter than the fifth edition, we managed to add many more topics to the book.
In this blog, I will show you how a Viya administrator can track and control resource usage of personal caslibs.
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One of the first and most important steps in analyzing data, whether for descriptive or inferential statistical tasks, is to check for possible errors in your data. In my book, Cody's Data Cleaning Techniques Using SAS, Third Edition, I describe a macro called %Auto_Outliers. This macro allows you to search