Nowadays, recommendation engines can be found just about everywhere from news websites to e-commerce sites to online streaming services. However, customers frequently encounter recommendations that are inappropriate or repetitive.
A lookup table is a programming technique where one or more values can be used to retrieve another value. For example, many years ago, I had benzene exposure estimates for 10 years (1940 to 1949) for each of five locations in a factory. Given a year and a job location,
Kevin Russell of SAS Technical Support shows you how partitioning CAS tables speeds processing.
In the second post of the Getting Started with Python Integration to SAS® Viya® series we will learn about Working with CAS Actions and CASResults Objects. CAS actions are commands sent to the CAS server to run a task, and CASResults objects contain information returned from the CAS server. This
Index of articles on Getting Started with Python Integration to SAS® Viya®. Part 1 - Making a Connection Part 2 - Working with CAS Actions and CASResults Objects Part 3 - Loading a CAS Action Set Part 4 - Exploring Caslibs Part 5 - Uploading Data into CAS Part 6
SAS Public Sector's Elena Shtern is your guide as you extract data from the Federal Reserve Economic Data site using the SASEFRED interface engine, part of SAS/ETS® software.