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Use the LENGTH statement to pre-set the lengths of character variables in SAS - with a comparison to R
I often create character variables (i.e. variables with strings of text as their values) in SAS, and they sometimes don’t render as expected. Here is an example involving the built-in data set SASHELP.CLASS. 472 more words
Ever since I went on my first long-distance walk, the Hadrian’s Wall Path in England, I have been wondering: “Why am I only bumping into other white folks?” In most British cities, there was a vibrant and colorful diversity of ethnicities and origins, yet out on the famous trail, everyone was Anglo-Saxon (and me German). 1,019 more words
Statistics Saturday: The Numbers Zero Through Twelve In Alphabetical Order With A Mistake To Lure Some Know-It-All Into Commenting
Consumer Reports finds that your risk of a cesarean section can be more than nine times higher depending on the hospital you choose.
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The most common major surgery performed in the U.S isn’t to remove an appendix or replace a knee.