Veteran SAS user Leonid Batkhan introduces you to open-source SASjs framework.
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The Missionaries and Cannibals Problem (MCP) is a classic river-crossing logic puzzle. With SAS, we can solve this problem, visualize the solutions with SAS NETDRAW procedure and generate steps for any MCP problems.
SAS' Mark Jordan shows you how to modify data using PROC SQL, PROC DATASETS and SAS macros.
This article introduces how to solve the pirate game with a recursive solving algorithm in SAS, and how to analyze and visualize the law behind the complex logic of the pirate game. If you join in a pirate game next time, you can know your destiny ahead of time to reap the benefits and avoid getting killed.
Welcome to the sixth installment in my series Getting Started with Python Integration to SAS Viya. In previous posts, I discussed how to connect to the CAS server, how to execute CAS actions, and how to work with the results. Now it's time to generate simple descriptive statistics of a CAS table. Let's begin
Leonid Batkhan introduces multipurpose TRIMS function that removes any leading, trailing or both leading and trailing characters from SAS strings.
Tired of waiting for answers? Then make your SAS code run faster with these 5 tips.
SAS Global Certification is pleased to announce two (yes two!) new SAS Viya programming certifications. Traditional SAS programmers need to migrate their code and data to SAS Viya environments, and there are important skills required to make a successful transition. SAS Viya includes Cloud Analytic Services (CAS), where data is
SAS' Leonid Batkhan presents an implementation of parallel processing by spawning multiple SAS sessions using SYSTASK statements with subsequent synchronization.
It’s safe to say that SAS Global Forum is a conference designed for users, by users. As your conference chair, I am excited by this year’s top-notch user sessions. More than 150 sessions are available, many by SAS users just like you. Wherever you work or whatever you do, you’ll
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SAS' Leonid Batkhan explores shell scripting as an alternative way to implement parallel processing.
If I were to say that we live in uncertain times, that would probably be an understatement. Therefore, I won’t say that. Oops, I already did. Or did I? For centuries, people around the world have been busy scratching their heads in search of a meaningful answer to Shakespeare’s profoundly
SAS' Leonid Batkhan reveals a fuss-free way to halt SAS program execution and terminate SAS session in batch-processing scenarios.
SAS' Leonid Batkhan reveals coding techniques that give you control of when and whether global statements are executed.
The people, the energy, the quality of the content, the demos, the networking opportunities…whew, all of these things combine to make SAS Global Forum great every year. And that is no exception this year. Preparations are in full swing for an unforgettable conference. I hope you’ve seen the notifications that
Amber Elam of SAS Technical Support reveals common challenges and solutions when you convert external files into SAS data sets.
SAS' Leonid Batkhan demonstrates a popular "divide-and-conquer" efficiency strategy using SAS/Connect®.
Find out the most popular SAS Users YouTube channel how to tutorials, and learn a thing or two!
If you're a SAS programmer who now uses SAS Viya and CAS, it's worth your time to optimize your existing programs to take advantage of the new environment. This post is a continuation of my SAS Global Forum 2020 paper Best Practices for Converting SAS® Code to Leverage SAS® Cloud
SAS offering free learning resources in celebration of programmers For more than 40 years, SAS programmers have crafted software and solutions that transform the world. From statistics to data science, to analytics and artificial intelligence, people writing code have architected a new economy with incredible opportunities. SAS Programmer Week honors