Saturday, April 19, 2008

On website, the citation to a book can be easily gotten by a ISBN.

Thursday, April 17, 2008

Using SAS Statements to Change the Current Folder

[Copied from SAS document]

Using SAS Statements to Change the Current Folder

You can change the current drive and folder by submitting the change directory (CD or CHDIR) command with the X statement in SAS. SAS intercepts the change directory command and then changes drive commands and changes its current folder.

For example, the following statements change the current folder for your SAS session to the MYDATA folder and G:\SALES\JUNE folder, respectively:

x 'cd \mydata';
x 'cd g:\sales\june';

To change the current drive, you can submit a change drive command (the drive letter followed by a colon) such as the following:

x 'a:';

Tuesday, April 15, 2008


"RWinEdt is a package that implements a quite ugly interface from WinEdt to R. Note that the License GPL is specific to the R package RWinEdt, not to the editor WinEdt itself (which is not shipped with the package)."

Monday, April 14, 2008

SAS dataset options

It has been told that some SAS PROC PRINT options--for example, (obs=10 firstobs=5)--can be used, say, in this article. However, I checked for a while in the document of proc print, I did not find any stuff about this kind of options. But it is sas datasets options, just like below example:

data a (keep=b); a=4; b=3; run;