How to Password protect SAS datasets ?
Password Protecting SAS datasets Password Protecting SAS datasets means using access control on your data to prevent unintended access and secure your data. SAS has provided three levels of Access controls over the data and is implemented using passwords. Those access controls are read-write and alter. Passwords are hierarchical in terms of gaining access. For… (0 comment)

PROC PRINTTO procedure is used to redirect log output and procedure output to files or printers. To save the output in an external file, specify the external file or the fileref in the PROC PRINTTO statement. Syntax: PROC PRINTTO <options>; Options in Proc Printto LABEL= It provides a description for a SAS log or procedure… (0 comment)

Proc Summary in SAS: Explained
PROC SUMMARY in SAS procedures allows us to explore our data not only in terms of counts and distributions but also statistically.  Syntax: PROC SUMMARY DATA=libref.filename options; BY (or CLASS) variable-list; ID variable-list; VAR variable-list; TYPES variable-list; WAYS n; OUTPUT OUT=libref.filename(options) output statistic=variable-list/options; RUN; Options (partial list):  👉 MISSING – Treat missing values as a… (0 comment)

Box and Whisker Plot : Explained
A box plot (also known as box and whisker plot) is a type of chart often used in descriptive data analysis to visually show the distribution of numerical data and skewness by displaying the data quartiles (or percentiles) averages. Box plots show the five-number summary of a set of data: the minimum score, first (lower)… (0 comment)

SAS Length Functions : LENGTH / LENGTHN / LENGTHC / LENGTHM.
SAS Length Function: LENGTH is a character function in SAS  used to find the length of the character string. There are 4 variations available in SAS to find the length of a string. These are the LENGTH, LENGTHN, LENGTHC and LENGTHM. The primary objective of all the length function is to return the length of the string however there are few variations in how these functions work and return the length.… (1 comment)