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today's date in SAS

How to get today’s date in SAS?

To get today’s date in SAS, you can either the today() or date() functions. They are equivalent and represents the number of days since January 1, 1960. Datetime() function returns SAS value represents the number of seconds between January 1, 1960, and the current time.

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Proc Sort Options in SAS

Proc Sort Options in SAS

Sorting the data is always a resource-intensive operation. Therefore, using PROC SORT efficiently can save you both time and computing resources.
There are a number of options associated with PROC SORT that can be used not only to control the performance and capabilities of the procedure but also to the resulting data set.

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IF THEN ELSE SAS statements

IF THEN ELSE SAS control statements produce a result that is either non-zero, 0 or missing. The expression is true if a non-zero or non-missing result is generated. 0 or non-missing results are to be false.   

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BASE SAS

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IF THEN ELSE SAS statements

IF THEN ELSE SAS control statements produce a result that is either non-zero, 0 or missing. The expression is true if a non-zero or non-missing result is generated. 0 or non-missing results are to be false.   

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SAS/STAT

One Way Anova in SAS

One Way Anova in SAS

The ANOVA, or analysis of variance, basically analyses the different estimates by utilising the F-distribution to evaluate if the population means are equal or not.

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SAS/STAT

One Way Anova in SAS

One Way Anova in SAS

The ANOVA, or analysis of variance, basically analyses the different estimates by utilising the F-distribution to evaluate if the population means are equal or not.

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