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Pratique de Sas windows v 9.3 - Volume 2

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  • André Wielki


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    Dans ce second volume complémentaire au précédent, lié à la version 9.3.2 de Sas Foundation, nous avons fourni les compléments restant en rapport avec l'ODS (templates de style, de table et graphique), y compris quelques éclairages sur le Layout et la destination Latex. Suivent les nouveautés de l'interface et en programmation pour la version 9.3. Un parcours concret sur les nouveaux graphiques (procédures SG, les graphiques statistiques des procédures et le GTL) est effectué, sans négliger l'Ods Graphics designer et l'Ods graphics editor. Enfin, les questions complémentaires en matière d'échanges de fichiers abordent la situation de l'Excel 32 avec Sas 64 bits, l'Odbc, l'Ole et pour finir en rapport avec R, le Sas Iml Studio ainsi que la Proc Iml.

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    Paper provided by Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED) in its series Working Papers with number 193.

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    Date of creation: 2013
    Handle: RePEc:idg:wpaper:193
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