DoingMore with SAS and ASSIST 9
Original Publication Date: 2002-Dec-31
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2015-Sep-18
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DoingMore with SAS/ASSIST®9
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Doing More with SAS/ASSIST® 9
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4 Introduction 1
Typographical Conventions 1
Using SAS/ASSIST Software with This Book 2
4 Common Interface Features in SAS/ASSIST Software 7 Introduction 7
SAS/ASSIST Software Structure 7
Backing Out and Exiting SAS/ASSIST Software 8
Moving Between SAS/ASSIST Windows and SAS Windows 8 Returning to SAS/ASSIST Windows from the Output Window 9 Using the Command Line in SAS/ASSIST Software 10
Using ? to Display Choices 11
Additional Interface Items 12
4 Doing More with Data Management 15 Introduction 15
Converting a Character column to a Numeric column 15
Combining Data Using a Cartesian Product Match Merge 22
Creating a Format 28
Altering the Properties of a SAS Table 30
Transporting SAS Files Across Operating Environments 34
Transposing a Table 37
4 Doing More with Report Writing 43 Introduction 43
Limiting the Number of Rows for a Report 43
Adding More than Four Titles to a Report 47
Doing More with Tabular Reports 49
4 Doing More with the Report...