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Date:         Tue, 23 Sep 2008 05:59:34 -0700
Reply-To:     "Yee.Chuang" <mcdragons@GMAIL.COM>
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From:         "Yee.Chuang" <mcdragons@GMAIL.COM>
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Subject:      Anyone who can run this program?
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Today I need to finish a small homework with SAS, but after writing the sas macro, I tried to submit it. unluckily, my computer is not powerful enough to run this. When using "cdfplot" or "qqplot" to plot a data set, my cpu goes to 100%! it seems that I couldn't finish my work with this kind of computer, it sucks.

Anyone nice enough to help me with this, maybe you can mail me the final cdfplot and qqplot pictures to me, thanks!

here is my sas macro:

ods html body = 'ex1.htm'; data ex1; input x@@; cards; 126 149 143 141 127 123 137 132 135 134 146 142 135 141 150 137 144 137 134 139 148 144 142 137 147 138 140 132 149 131 139 142 138 145 147 137 135 142 151 146 129 120 143 145 142 136 147 128 142 132 138 139 147 128 139 146 139 131 138 149 ; proc univariate; proc capability graphics; histogram x/normal; cdfplot x/normal; qqplot x/normal; run;

PS: My PC is HP-Compaq nx6325, using AMD turion 64 MK-36 CPU.


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