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45997 - Nonparametric Estimation and Comparison of Cumulative Incidence Functions with Competing Risks Data (%CIF Macro)- Sample

The %CIF macro implements nonparametric methods for estimating cumulative incidence functions with competing risks data. The macro can also be used to test the hypothesis that cumulative incidence functions are ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/45/997.html, 36KB


24567 - Calculate a person's age- Sample

Determine a person's current age using their date of birth.

http://support.sas.com/kb/24/567.html, 29KB


40758 - Using one set of prompt values to subset all sections in a SAS® Web Report Studio report- Sample

This sample presents two small stored processes that you can use to seamlessly pass prompt values to all sections of a SAS Web Report Studio report. In this way, all sections are automatically subset by the same ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/40/758.html, 42KB


36930 - Bootstrap Computations in SAS/IML Studio- Sample

Shows how to use bootstrap methods in SAS/IML Studio to compute both a bootstrap estimate for a statistic and also an estimate for the standard error of the statistic.

http://support.sas.com/kb/36/930.html, 31KB


36785 - Creating a custom message to display when users log off or time-out of the SAS® Business Intelligence web applications- Sample

In the initial configuration, the SAS Business Intelligence web applications such as SAS® Web Report Studio and SAS® Information Delivery Portal display a predefined message when users log off or time-out of the ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/36/785.html, 37KB


33146 - Dynamically selecting a table for a SAS® Information Map using a SAS® Stored Process with prompts- Sample

This sample demonstrates how to create an information map that selects which table to use based on a parameter selected from a prompt.

http://support.sas.com/kb/33/146.html, 35KB


32160 - How to Apply IF-THEN-ELSE Logic by Using SAS® Enterprise Guide- Sample

The Query Builder in SAS Enterprise Guide can be used to create new columns called Computed Columns. CASE syntax can be used to apply IF-THEN-ELSE logic within the process of creating Computed Columns. This sample shows ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/32/160.html, 33KB


31471 - Display the SAS/GRAPH named colors- Sample

The output produced by this program displays a color swatch containing the 292 named SAS/GRAPH colors. When you hover your mouse over a color, the following information is displayed: SAS color name, full color name, ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/31/471.html, 49KB


24983 - Macro to test multivariate normality- Sample

The %MULTNORM macro provides tests and plots of univariate and multivariate normality.

http://support.sas.com/kb/24/983.html, 77KB


54675 - Using color coding in PROC REPORT output and adding an arrow symbol with user-defined formats- Sample

Use PROC FORMAT to create a user-defined format that can be used to apply traffic lighting in PROC REPORT output. Another user-defined format is used to add the arrow symbol with text to adjacent cells.

http://support.sas.com/kb/54/675.html, 26KB


55054 - PROC SQL can be used to identify data representation and encoding for all data sets in a library- Sample

If you want to identify which data sets in your SAS<sup>®</sup> session will trigger the Cross Environment Data Access (CEDA) notes or warnings, this sample code should help.

http://support.sas.com/kb/55/054.html, 25KB


54866 - Logistic model selection using area under curve (AUC) or R-square selection criteria- Sample

The SELECT macro provides forward, backward, and stepwise model selection methods for categorical-response models and sorts models on the specified criterion - area under the ROC curve (AUC), R-square, max-rescaled R- ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/54/866.html, 80KB


25017 - Nonparametric comparison of areas under correlated ROC curves- Sample

Provides point and confidence interval estimates of multiple ROC areas. Performs pairwise comparisons among ROC areas. Any contrast among ROC areas may be estimated and tested.

http://support.sas.com/kb/25/017.html, 109KB


54114 - Rotate column headings using the ODS HTML5 destination- Sample

Column headings can be rotated with the ODS HTML5 destination using the TRANSFORM cascading style sheet (CSS) property along with the ROTATE argument. The ROTATE argument enables you to specify the number of degrees ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/54/114.html, 24KB


26100 - QIC goodness of fit statistic for GEE models- Sample

The %QIC macro computes the QIC and QICu statistics proposed by Pan (2001) for GEE (generalized estimating equations) models. These statistics allow comparisons of GEE models (model selection) and selection of a ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/26/100.html, 44KB


25018 - Plot ROC curve with cutpoint labeling and optimal cutpoint analysis- Sample

Produce a plot of the Receiver Operating Characteristic (ROC) curve associated with a fitted binary response model and find optimal cutpoints using several optimality criteria.

http://support.sas.com/kb/25/018.html, 153KB


32080 - Using the PROTO procedure to call C functions from within a DATA step- Sample

The PROTO and FCMP procedures in Base® SAS software make it possible to call C functions from within a SAS DATA step. This example links SAS to a Dynamic Link Library (DLL) and calls C functions in that library from a ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/32/080.html, 42KB


52832 - SAS® Clinical Standards Toolkit - _cstFindCharacters and _cstFixCharacters SAS® macros to find and remove ASCII extended characters- Sample

SAS® Clinical Standards Toolkit - _cstFindCharacters and _cstFixCharacters SAS® macros to find and remove ASCII extended characters

http://support.sas.com/kb/52/832.html, 35KB


52648 - Display multiple axis scales and label plot points with PROC GPLOT- Sample

By using the options available on global statements, you can customize your graphics output in a variety of different ways.

http://support.sas.com/kb/52/648.html, 38KB


52468 - Annotate values at the end of each bar on a horizontal bar chart- Sample

This sample illustrates how to use an annotate data set to place the values of the response variable at the end of each bar on a horizontal bar chart created with the GCHART procedure.

http://support.sas.com/kb/52/468.html, 35KB


51732 - Stagger axis values with PROC GCHART- Sample

This sample uses the STAGGER option in the AXIS statement to stagger the values for the horizontal axis to make them easier to read. This option can be used with the horizontal axis generated with the GCHART, GPLOT, ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/51/732.html, 29KB


51821 - Fill the area between plot lines using the BAND statement in PROC SGPLOT- Sample

This sample illustrates how to use the BAND statement in PROC SGPLOT to fill the area between plot lines.

http://support.sas.com/kb/51/821.html, 39KB


51350 - Create filled areas based on the value of the Y variable- Sample

This sample creates filled areas based on the value of the Y variable.

http://support.sas.com/kb/51/350.html, 36KB


50993 - Use hardware font symbols as plotting symbols with PROC GPLOT- Sample

This sample illustrates how to use hardware font symbols as plotting symbols with the GPLOT procedure.

http://support.sas.com/kb/50/993.html, 37KB


50776 - Using PROC GEOCODE to determine which ZIP codes are not valid for geo maps in SAS® Visual Analytics- Sample

In SAS Visual Analytics, you can use ZIP codes to display geo maps. If your data includes values that do not match the assigned geographical role US ZIP Codes, then you see a warning message. However, the unmatched ZIP ...

http://support.sas.com/kb/50/776.html, 30KB

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