4 Functions for fuzzy matching in SAS
SAS Fundamentals

4 Functions for fuzzy matching in SAS

Fuzzy matching in SAS is deciding programmatically if one word is identical to the other. For example, deciding if ‘John Doe’ is identical to ‘Johnny Doe’. In SAS, there are […]

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Automatic variables in sas
SAS Fundamentals

Automatic variables in sas

What are automatic variables in SAS? Within a data step, SAS automatically create a couple of reserved variables. Automatic variables in SAS are created automatically by the DATA step or […]

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SAS Loops Explained
Base Sas

SAS Loops Explained

Loops allow you to execute SAS statements repeatedly thereby reducing the number of code lines.
The flow in loops can be classified as entry controlled or exit controlled. If the programming compiler checks for all conditions associated with the beginning of the loops executions are validated and true, then it is called as Entry controlled loops.

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How to choose a statistical test?
Statistics

How to choose a statistical test?

If you are from a non-statistical background it is essentially the most complicated aspect of statistics, are always the basic statistical tests, and how to choose statistical test? In this […]

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Using PROC RANK for ranking variables
Advanced SAS

Using PROC RANK for ranking variables

Ranking of variables is often necessary to analyze the performance or gain an insight on which are the values are on top or at the bottom and by using PROC RANK procedure, there is no need to write complex code using PROC SORT, MACRO calls and DATA STEPS to rank or decile these scores or values.

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