SAS Users Group
Marje Fecht, Conference Chair for SAS Global Forum 2014, gives a sneak peek at presentation lineups and opportunities for you to take advantage of at the upcoming conference.
The SAS ARBORETUM procedure is the computational engine that lies behind the decision tree construction that is found in SAS Enterprise Miner. It works with nominal, ordinal, and interval data
as both inputs and targets in a decision tree.
Sanjay discusses how much mileage can be gotten out of the current set of SGPLOT procedure features to create a visual that was not part of the original requirements.
SAS Statistics and Operations Research
This example demonstrates how to perform Bayesian quantile regression by using SAS/STAT software’s MCMC procedure.
See the details in the Technical Highlights section.
SAS Book Report
Getting Started with the Graph Template Language in SAS: Examples, Tips, and Techniques for Creating Custom Graphs
will get you started building graphs immediately and will guide you toward
a better understanding of the Graph Template Language (GTL).
Collaborate with SAS and other SAS users about programming, data analysis, and deployment issues, tips & successes.
Stay connected with SAS and other SAS Users through our social channels including: Knowledge Exchanges, sasCommunity.org, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.
This customer recognition program highlights the stories behind SAS users who have used SAS in innovative ways to solve a problem, as well as sharing their most memorable SAS moments.