## SAS

Installing SAS 9.3 on Windows (Onyen Restricted)

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**» Subjects:** Research Computing, SAS

How do I find out what release of SAS I’m using?

**Description:** How do I find out what release of SAS I’m using? You can find the SAS Release designation in the notes that appear in your SAS Log when you invoke SAS. For example, the following notes show that SAS Release 9.1 TS1M3 is running: NOTE: Copyright (c) 2002-2003 by SAS Institute Inc., Cary, NC, USA.NOTE: […]

**» Subjects:** Research Computing, SAS, Software, Software Acquisition
**» Tags:** 9.3, sas

SAS FAQ – How do you apply your SAS license file to renew your current 9.2/9.3 installation?

**Description:** Table of Contents Introduction Instructions Additional Help Introduction Starting with SAS 9.2 or 9.3, SAS uses a file called SAS Installation Data (SID) to guide through the process of renewing. This page shows how to renew SAS 9.2 or 9.3 based on a sid.txt file. To renew your SAS 9.2 or 9.3 licenses, just follow […]

**» Subjects:** Research Computing, SAS, Software, Software Acquisition
**» Tags:** 9.2, 9.3, renew, sas, setinit

SAS FAQ – How do I obtain a JMP license file?

**Description:** Introduction This document is intended for JMP users, and provides instructions for obtaining a JMP License file.. Instructions 1. Please go to the following web link: https://software.unc.edu/jmp 2. You will be prompted to enter your ONYEN and Password to access the website. 3. Supported Web Broswers: Internet Explorer 6 and above, Mozilla Firefox 1.x and […]

**» Subjects:** Research Computing, SAS, Software, Software Acquisition
**» Tags:** applications, JMP, sas

Installing additional components to SAS 9.1.3 (Onyen Restricted)

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**» Subjects:** Research Computing, SAS, Software, Software Acquisition
**» Tags:** 9.1.3, sas

Mathematical and Statistical Application – SAS

**Description:** Table of Contents Overview Installation Setting up environment and invoking from a Research Computing server Notes Short Courses Tutorials FAQs Manuals Useful links References Additional help Overview The SAS System is a powerful programming language and a collection of ready-to-use programs called procedures. It has data access, data management, data presentation, and data analysis capabilities. […]

**» Subjects:** Research Computing, SAS
**» Tags:** research computing, sas, statistical computing

Mathematical and Statistical Application – SAS – Subscribing to the SUG-L (SAS Users Group) Email List

**Description:** What is SUG-L? SUG-L is a listserv-based mailing list for SAS users throughout the Research Triangle area. The list provides a way for users in the area to exchange information about SAS problems and questions. Meetings of The Research Triangle SAS Users Group (RTSUG) are announced on this list. RTSUG newsletters are posted here as […]

**» Subjects:** Research Computing, SAS
**» Tags:** sas, statistical computing

Mathematical and Statistical Application – SAS – Using SAS/INSIGHT for interactive data analysis

**Description:** Introduction Though the SAS System is a powerful tool for organizing, managing, and analyzing data, the conventional approach to using SAS limits your ability to interact directly with your data. Similarly, the command language for SAS/GRAPH is a powerful tool for visual output but is too complex and produces only static plots. SAS/INSIGHT changes all […]

**» Subjects:** Research Computing, SAS
**» Tags:** sas, statistical computing

Invoking Cambridge Structural Database on Killdevil via Windows Desktop with X-Win32

**Description:** Setting up the Environment and Invoking Cambridge Structural Database on KillDevil via Windows Desktop with X-Win32 Note: You must be a “tcsh” or “csh” user to benefit from the full functionality of this package. Before accessing Cambridge Structural Database from Windows machines, the following steps should be done. If you have already setup for […]

**» Subjects:** Research Computing, SAS
**» Tags:** Cambridge, Crystallographic Database, crystallography

Mathematical and Statistical Application – SAS – Using the Output Delivery System

**Description:** Overview The Output Delivery System (ODS) allows SAS users to control the output of their SAS programs. Using ODS you can output your results in HTML, RTF, or even SAS data sets. Useful links The following references are helpful to learn to use the ODS statement. In the SAS online documentation on the SAS web […]

**» Subjects:** Research Computing, SAS
**» Tags:** sas, statistical computing