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SAS-L archives – June 1999, week 5

Table of contents:

  1. **Re[2]: Collapsing Observations

  2. <No subject>

  3. Answer to dalila's question:

  4. Assistance please: Half-life estimation

  5. Base SAS: input statement

  6. CGM hardware fonts problems

  7. Character vs, Numeric data

  8. Collapsing Observations

  9. EXCEL and dde statement

  10. FTP Access Method

  11. FTP Access method on MVS

  12. FTP Access method on MVS - SOLVED

  13. FTP, starting dial-up connection

  14. FW: relative survival analysis

  15. Help a SAS user on UNIX Looking for an active Unix List group

  16. Help with Boxplot in proc gplot

  17. Help with Boxplot in proc gplot --Thanks for the help

  18. Keeping last unique values

  19. Poisson and Hierarchical Modeling

  20. Q (Not SQL): counting # obs for macro variables for row values

  21. Q (SQL): counting # obs for macro variables for row values

  22. Q(SQL): counting # obs for macro variables for row values

  23. SAS
    • Re: SAS (19 lines)
      From: Anthony Glynn <tonyg@CUEDATA.COM>

  24. SAS MXG/PDB contract in Australia

  25. SAS Maps UK counties

  26. SAS Position - Cincinnati Area

  27. SAS SCl & Source editing from Proc Build Autosplit

  28. SAS Tip (Windows / FTP): Programmatically connecting to a dial up connection

  29. SAS driven MS-Access

  30. SAS position - San Francisco

  31. SCL resolving a method parameter

  32. Statistician Positions

  33. Summary: Small subset of sorted SAS data set

  34. Unix: (was: Help a SAS user on UNIX Looking...)

  35. WG: Confidence intervals calculated for multivariate logistic reg ression

  36. WG: Confidence intervals calculated for multivariate logistic regression

  37. Y2K stuff
    • Y2K stuff (27 lines)
      From: Robert Andrew Bowell Jr. <bowell@NBCS.RUTGERS.EDU>
    • Re: Y2K stuff (49 lines)
      From: timv@TRILLIUMTEAM.COM
    • Re: Y2K stuff (30 lines)
      From: Robert Andrew Bowell Jr. <bowell@NBCS.RUTGERS.EDU>
    • Re: Y2K stuff (53 lines)
      From: GORRELP1 <GORRELP1@WESTAT.COM>
    • Re: Y2K stuff (38 lines)
      From: Robert Andrew Bowell Jr. <bowell@NBCS.RUTGERS.EDU>

  38. ftp question.

  39. metered sas or components

  40. relative survival analysis

  41. request that job position be posted
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