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Welcome to SASnrd.com

SASnrd.com is my blog, where I write about SAS programming and its applications in data science, graphing and statistical modelling.

I assume that you have at least basic knowledge of the SAS programming language. If not, click the Learn SAS Programming menu, where I recommend basic SAS learning material.

About me: I hold a MSc in Math-Economics and I work as an analyst in a Pricing/BI department in a Danish Insurance Company. This site is a spare time project to share SAS knowledge and to keep myself on an steep and ongoing learning curve by continuously sharpening my SAS skills.

You are welcome to contact me through the Contact Form or at SASnrd@SASnrd.com

Recent Posts From My Favorite Blogs

As the 2020 Census approaches, I'm getting my code ready to plot the data! And a question I often hear is "Can you use SAS software to plot data on a Census block map?" Rather than tell you 'yes', let
With all the excitement around SAS’ new software architecture, SAS Viya, we often get asked the question: What is it and how can it help my company conquer our analytics challenges? Fortunately, learning more about SAS Viya has never
Are you a seasoned data scientist looking for a fast, all-inclusive machine learning solution? Curious about machine learning but have little to no programming experience? Interested in using AI to take over the world? Follow my lead and use
Earthquakes have been in the news lately - in particular, two very strong earthquakes that recently hit California. Exactly where did they hit? ... Let's plot it on a map! But before we get busy analyzing the California data, here's
Posted on behalf of SAS Press author Derek Morgan. I was sitting in a model railroad club meeting when one of our more enthusiastic young members said, "Wouldn't it be cool if we could make a computer simulation, with
I recently showed how to create an annotation data set that will overlay cell counts or percentages on a mosaic plot. A mosaic plot is a visual representation of a cross-tabulation of observed frequencies for two categorical variables.
We just had the big July 4th holiday weekend here in the US. And as with many holidays, there was a lot of drinking. Which got me thinking/wondering ... which counties do not allow alcohol to be sold (ie, which
The mosaic plot is a graphical visualization of a frequency table. In previous articles, I showed how to create a mosaic plot in SAS by using PROC FREQ and how to define a template in the Graph Template
I think it's time to replace my 2008 Prius. It has served me well, been basically maintenance-free, and gotten good gas mileage ... so, why not just get a newer Prius? Well, I've got the itch to get back into