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In SAS how to transpose a table producing a dummy variable for each unique value in a column
In SAS how to transpose a table producing a dummy variable for each unique value in a column
may help you . Seems like you need the help of PROC TRANSREG to generate a design matrix that is reduced.
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Date : November 03 2020, 04:01 AM , By : Seahope
How to reference control characters (eg CRLF) in SAS Macro Variable
How to reference control characters (eg CRLF) in SAS Macro Variable
With these it helps The function is to blame, once the strings mactest or lf are fed into find the 0 carriage return or line feed or similar are just converted to spaces \x20 which is why you are seeing these results. Best solution I can think of is
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Date : November 01 2020, 04:01 AM , By : Shreya Agrawal
SAS Univariate put all tests into 1 table
SAS Univariate put all tests into 1 table
will help you You were close. Use ods output GoodnessOfFit; instead. Take a look at this example using sashelp.cars. This produces a single table with all goodness of fit estimates.
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Date : October 31 2020, 05:01 AM , By : user2178166
Importing data to SAS from text file with multiple delimiters and line breaks in character variables
Importing data to SAS from text file with multiple delimiters and line breaks in character variables
I hope this helps . SAS can read delimited files that have embedded line breaks as long as the embedded line breaks use different character than the normal end of line. So if your real observations end with CRLF (normal for a Windows text file) and t
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Date : October 30 2020, 05:01 AM , By : Pat Connelly
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