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Date:         Wed, 24 May 2000 15:29:08 +0100
Reply-To:     tra <Tim.Auton@PROTHERICS.COM>
Sender:       "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
Comments:     To: paula <icj808@USWEST.NET>
From:         tra <Tim.Auton@PROTHERICS.COM>
Organization: Protherics Molecular Design Ltd
Subject:      Re: SAS Insight, anyone?
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I use INSIGHT from time to time for data exploration. I agree with some of your other respondents that it is clunky. The major frustration I have with it is that the output is very ugly. If I want to show the results in a report, I generally have to repeat a similar analysis using STAT and GRAPH to gerate output to go in a report. Some of this may have been addressed under V8 but I have not used V8 INSIGHT to comment.

Hope this helps


paula wrote:

> Can anybody just chat something, anything about SAS/Insight? In > salespeople's mouth, Insight sometimes sounds like a colorful, nimble toy to > be able to visualize anything. Sometimes Insight sounds like a saint. Some > other times it looks like SAS Enterprise Miner's little brother, if not > twin. Confusing, very confusing. > > Paula D

-- T R Auton PhD MSc C.Math Head of Biomedical Statistics Protherics Molecular Design Ltd Beechfield House Lyme Green Business Park Macclesfield Cheshire SK11 0JL UK email:

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