The SAS Universal Viewer (Download here) is a replacement for the SAS System Viewer and is an application for the Windows environment to view SAS data sets and other simple text-based files. You cannot edit SAS data sets with the SAS Universal Viewer, but you can sort and filter data sets. The SAS Universal Viewer […]
Parallel processing SAS Batch jobs in Windows
Running SAS in batch mode in Windows OS –
Interactive Processing is used for any of the interactive SAS systems (ASSIST, CALC, etc.), for SAS/GRAPH when the graphics output is to be displayed on the screen of a graphics terminal, or when wanting to see the results of a relatively small SAS program without the need for printed output.
Execute the SAS program as you are sitting in front of your terminal, and see the results of each DATA or PROCedure step as it completes. The program could be entered using ISPF before invoking SAS and then included into the interactive session, entered under the Display Manager during the interactive session, or there can be no actual programming required (as when using SAS/ASSIST).
The driving strength of the SAS System has always been the ability to analyze huge amounts of data and turn it into information — information that can be used to make good, profitable decisions. However, SAS is a single-threaded application that, for the most part, can utilize only a single processor at a time. MP […]
Alternative to Interactive SAS discussed @ http://sastechies.blogspot.com/2010/02/running-sas-on-unix-interactively-using.html one can use SAS in batch mode. SAS in batch mode… Create a .sas file and pasted the above code at your desired location on your unix box….if you are using PC then create the file and ftp it to your home drive (i.e. ~/) The batch SAS […]
This tutorial assumes that SAS v 9.1.3 was installed on a Unix server at the location /opt/sas/ and the SAS interactive executable is /opt/sas/sasi on a Sun Solaris Unix server and Hummingbird Exceed software available on a PC. In order to view the Interactive SAS Windowing environment on a Unix Box…One would require the X […]