## Random Sampling in SAS With Replacement

Here, I demonstrate how to do random sampling with replacement in SAS with the Data Step and PROC SURVEYSELECT. Also, I discuss when to use which one.

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Here, I demonstrate how to do random sampling with replacement in SAS with the Data Step and PROC SURVEYSELECT. Also, I discuss when to use which one.

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Random Sampling in SAS Without Replacement Random sampling lets you select a random subset of...

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My 10 All Time Favourite SAS Articles I like to read SAS articles. In fact, articles inspire many...

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This post demonstrates how to use the SAS Hash Object to create dynamics lags. Also, we will see how this method handles By Groups swiftly.

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The SAS Lag Function can produce undesirable results if not used with care. This post explains through example how the Lag Function works.

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This post demonstrates the difference between a SAS function and a subroutine in PROC FCMP. Also, we will investigate when to use which.

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This post demonstrates how to implement a hashing lookup scheme in SAS using temporary arrays and the MOD Function in the Data Step.

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This post demonstrates how to do a bitmap search in the SAS Data Step to verify the presence of a key with minimal memory and maximum speed.

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This post demonstrates how to handle consecutive dates and years, which increse by one in SAS using the hash object in the Data Step.

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This post demonstrates how to display the SAS log in the usual log window and export it to an external text file at the same time.

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