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Date:         Mon, 22 Jul 1996 07:11:59 +0100
Reply-To:     Jose Luis Alabart <joseluis@MIZAR.CSIC.ES>
Sender:       "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>
From:         Jose Luis Alabart <joseluis@MIZAR.CSIC.ES>
Subject:      Re: antilog function

"Kevin Brunson, OIT, Notre Dame" <BRUNSON@IRISHMVS.CC.ND.EDU> wrote:

>Is there an antilog function in SAS? I searched the SAS web site and >Help in DMS to no avail. If there is none, any advice besides using >another application?

In SAS:

Y=LOG(X) [This is de natural (Naperian) logarithm]

The function you requested is: X=EXP(Y) [The antilogarithm, equivalent approximately to: X=2.7182818**Y]

(Note that "**" is used for exponentiation; 10**3=1000)

Y=LOG10(X) The function you requested is: X=10**Y [The antilogarithm]

Y=LOG2(X) The function you requested is: X=2**Y [The antilogarithm]

See: "SAS FUNCTIONS" in SAS LANGUAGE GUIDE FOR PERSONAL COMPUTERS.

Hope this help.

J.L. Alabart Servicio de Investigacion Agraria Apdo. 727 50080 Zaragoza (Spain) FAX: (Spain) 76 57 55 01 Voice: (Spain) 76 57 63 36 (Spain) 76 57 63 11 Tx. 58194 IDAE E E-mails: JOSELUIS@mizar.csic.es (or) ALABART@cc.unizar.es


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