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Best practices when interacting with SAS folders in DI Studio

By | January 29th, 2014|DWH, SAS|

• Use personal folders for personal content, shared folders for content that multiple users need to view. • Use folders instead of custom repositories to organize content. • Do not delete or rename the Users folder. • Do not delete or rename the home folder or personal folder of an active user. • Do not [...]

How Can I Export the Output From SAS To an Excel File ?

By | January 22nd, 2014|DWH, SAS|

Method A: The QUICK EASY WAY (one-way tables only) IF your output is relatively short and involves only one-way tables: Save your output in html format:Run your Procedure Tools --> Options --> Preferences --> choose the "Results" tab and check the box that says "HTML". Go to the "Results Viewer" to view the html output [...]

SAS Interview Questions and Answers – Part 6

By | December 28th, 2013|DWH, SAS|

81). What do you understand about SDTM and its importance? SDTM stands for Standard data Tabulation Model, which defines a standard structure for study data tabulations that are to be submitted as part of a product application to a regulatory authority such as the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 2. In July 2004 [...]

SAS Interview Questions and Answers – Part 5

By | December 13th, 2013|DWH, SAS|

71). Describe the ways in which you can create macro variables? There are the 5 ways to create macro variables: %Let %Global Call Symput Proc SQl Parameters. 72). Tell me more about the parameters in macro? Parameters are macro variables whose value you set when you invoke a macro. To add the parameters to a [...]

SAS Interview Questions and Answers – Part 4

By | December 8th, 2013|DWH, SAS|

51). Have you used macros? For what purpose you have used? Yes I have, I used macros in creating analysis datasets and tables where it is necessary to make a small change through out the program and where it is necessary to use the code again and again. 52). How would you invoke a macro? [...]

SAS Interview Questions and Answers – Part 3

By | December 8th, 2013|DWH, SAS|

35). What is the main difference between rename and label? 1. Label is global and rename is local i.e., label statement can be used either in proc or data step where as rename should be used only in data step. 2.If we rename a variable, old name will be lost but if we label a [...]

SAS Interview Questions and Answers – Part 2

By | December 7th, 2013|DWH, SAS|

22). In ARRAY processing, what does the DIM function do? DIM: It is used to return the number of elements in the array. When we use Dim function we would have to re –specify the stop value of an iterative DO statement if u change the dimension of the array. 23). How would you determine [...]

Differences between Proc Report and Proc Tabulate

By | November 1st, 2013|DWH, SAS|

Proc Tabulate is a possibility to report statistical relations between variables in up to three dimensions (rows, columns, pages). You don't have too many possibilities to influence single cells, rows, columns, pages and not too much on the layout. The things you influence are always related to whole dimensions. If you want to have something [...]

Advantages of using SAS software

By | October 30th, 2013|DWH, SAS|

Following are the advantages of using SAS software: Less hardware is required. A Typical SAS®-based system can utilize a standard file server to store its databases and does not require one or more dedicated servers to handle the application load. PC SAS® can easily be used to handle processing, while data access is left to [...]