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 […]
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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 […]
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Mathematical and Statistical Application – SAS – Quick Description of SAS Graphing Techniques
Description: SAS/GRAPH Main SAS Graphics tool, contains many procedures Enormous flexibility, especially when using annotated data sets High learning curve for procedural syntax Five procedures producing graphics: PROC GPLOT: 2D scatter plots and overlay plots, including bubble plots and logarithmic plots PROC GCHART: Block charts, horizontal and vertical bar charts, pie and donut charts, and star […]
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Installing SAS 9.2 on Windows XP, Vista and 7 (Onyen Restricted)
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Mathematical and Statistical Application – SAS – Efficient programming in SAS
Description: Table of Contents Introduction Efficiency Computer resources Human resources Additional help Introduction This document is intended for users who have some experience with SAS. It contains a number of examples of SAS code to help you become a better SAS programmer as well as help you better understand of how SAS works. Efficiency We know […]
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SAS FAQ – How do I obtain a SAS SID/Setinit?
Description: Introduction This document is intended for SAS users, and provides instructions for obtaining a SAS SID/Setinit. For more general information about SAS, please refer to the SAS: Introduction to SAS Programming document. Instructions 1. Please go to the following web link: https://software.unc.edu/sas 2. You will be prompted to enter your ONYEN and Password to access […]
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Installation Instructions for JMP Genomics for SAS 9.2 (Onyen Restricted)
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Mathematical and Statistical Application – SAS – Introduction to SAS
Description: Table of contents What is SAS? SAS windows in SAS for Microsoft Windows Language conventions in SAS Two commnon types of SAS steps How to put comments in your program Libraries, permanent and temporary datasets Useful SAS procedures Additional help What is SAS? SAS is a popular set of software tools which allows you to […]
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Statistical Computing – Updating your JMP license
Description: Introduction This document is intended for users of the SAS software JMP , and provides instructions for updating the license in JMP versions 12.x and 13.x. Updating the license in JMP 12.x and 13.x 1. If your JMP 12/13 license is expired, then starting JMP 12/13 will produce a JMP: Provide Your JMP License window […]
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Mathematical and Statistical Application – SAS – Common FAQs
Description:   Table of Contents How do I clear the Results and Graph windows every time I execute my program? How do I permanently store formats in SAS? How do I best export SAS graphs into Microsoft Office products? How do I increase the memory available for my SAS jobs on the Research Computing server? How […]
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