The major benefit of 64-bit applications is that they no longer have the memory limitation imposed by their 32-bit predecessors. This is why many SAS customers are making the transition
from 32-bit SAS to 64-bit SAS. The move to 64-bit SAS can be daunting at first sight.
it's not that I'm jealous,
but that I'm paying homage to him! For those of you who haven't seen it, here is a link to one of Hans Rosling's famous Flash graph animations. I invite you to have a look at it, and play around with it a bit.
The SAS Dummy
Of the many new features, some are "biggies"
while others are more subtle. My favorite new features are those for SAS programmers, including several items that I've heard customers ask for specifically.
SAS Tech Report
Innovative ways to combine SAS data sets using indexes, arrays and hash tables.
SAS Statistics and Operations Research News
Check out Warren Kuhfeld's write-up of how to use the %Marginal macro to produce these plots with SAS.
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