SAS Risk Dimensions 4.1 Examples and Exercises
Original Publication Date: 2003-Dec-31
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SAS® Risk Dimensions® 4.1
Examples and Exercises
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The correct bibliographic citation for this manual is as follows: SAS Institute Inc. 2003. SASâ Risk Dimensionsâ 4.1: Examples and Exercises.Cary, NC: SAS Institute Inc.
SASâ Risk Dimensionsâ 4.1: Examples and Exercises
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Prepress and Production Publishing Production Publications Division
Style Programming Publications Technology Development
Josephine Pope and Jim Seabolt
Donald J. Erdman, Michael Forno,
Jørgen Boysen Hansen, Sam Harris, Tae Yoon Lee, Kevin Meyer, Sunil Panikkath, Jim Seabolt, and Austin Trippensee
Evan Anderson, Wei Chen,
Stacey Christian, Cassandra DiRienzo, Gul Ege, Donald J. Erdman, Michael Forno, Scott Gray, Ping Hu, Michael Leonard, Mark R. Little, Anthony Mancuso, Sunil Panikkath, Jim Seabolt, Ken Thompson, and Jonathan Wang
SAS Risk Dimensions is developed by the Analytical Solutions Division of SAS Institute.
Substantial contributions and support were given to the project by the members of other divisions of SAS Institute.
Development and testing of the frames, windows, and batch code of SAS Risk Dimensions was provided by:
Jackie F. Allen, Evan Anderson, Bryan Boone, Debbie Byles, Wei Chen, Sidd Chopra, Stacey Christian, Gul Ege,
Donald J. Erdman, Jesus Gonzales, Scott Gray, Phil Hanna, Ping Hu, Michael Leonard, Mark R. Little, Sunil Panikkath, Kathy Roggenkamp, and Jonathan Wang
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Chapter 1. Overview of Configuration Examples, Scripts, and Exercises . . . . . . . . . 1
Chapter 2. Creat...