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.
Whether you enjoy debugging or hate it, for programmers, debugging is a fact of life. It’s easy to misspell a keyword, scramble your array subscripts, or (heaven forbid!) forget a semicolon. That’s why we include a chapter on debugging in The Little SAS® Book and its companion book, Exercises and
Learning never stops. When SAS had to change this year’s SAS Global Forum (SASGF) to a virtual event, everyone was disappointed. I am, however, super excited about all of the papers and stream of video releases over the last month (and I encourage you to register for the upcoming live
In natural language processing, word vectors play a key role in making technologies such as machine translation and speech recognition possible. Let's talk about how to transform word vector tables from long to wide in SAS, so we can potentially get sentence vectors to process further.
While working at the Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, I had access to data on over ten million visits to emergency departments in central New Jersey, including ICD-9 (International Classification of Disease – 9th edition) codes along with some patient demographic data. I also had the ozone level from
SAS' Leonid Batkhan describes programming technique for creating multi-purpose SAS® Macro functions.