CAS Action! - a series on fundamentals

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I'm excited to bring a series of posts centered on CAS Actions. The topics in the list below will be covered in posts set to publish in the next few weeks. Please check back often for new releases.

      1. CAS Actions and Action Sets - a brief intro - Introduction to the CAS server and CAS actions
      2. CAS-Action! fetch CAS, fetch! - Part 1 - Use the fetch action to return rows rows from a CAS table. Use parameters to sort, subset and create a new column.
      3. CAS-Action! fetch CAS, fetch! - Part 2 - Visualize the results of the fetch action.
      4. CAS-Action! Show me the ColumnInfo! - View the column attributes of a CAS table. Take the results and create a CSV file.
      5. CAS-Action! Simply Distinct - Part 1 - View the number of unique and missing values in each column of a CAS table. Visualize the results.
      6. CAS-Action! Simply Distinct - Part 2 - Create a calculated column on the results table of the distinct action to find the percentage of distinct values for each column. Export the result table to a CSV file.
      7. CAS-Action! Executing SQL in SAS Viya - Execute SQL queries on the CAS server using an action.
      8. CAS-Action! Executing the SAS DATA Step in SAS Viya - Execute most of the traditional SAS DATA step in CAS using an action.
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Peter Styliadis

Technical Training Consultant

Peter Styliadis is a Technical Training Consultant at SAS on the Foundations team in the Education division. The team focuses on course development and customer training. Currently Peter spends his time working with SAS Programming, Structured Query Language (SQL), SAS Visual Analytics, Programming in Viya and Python. Peter is from the Rochester/Buffalo New York area and does not miss the cold weather up north. After work, Peter can be found spending time with his wife, child and three dogs, as well as hiking and spending time at home learning something new. Prior to joining SAS, Peter worked at his family's restaurant (think My Big fat Greek Wedding), worked in customer service, then became a High School Math and Business teacher. To connect with Peter, feel free to connect on LinkedIn.

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