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  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Two Practical Approaches to Add Special Characters to Axis Labels in SAS/Graph Output in RTF

    There are several methods (such as the BYTE function, Hexadecimal code, and Greek character symbols with/without the ODS ESCAPECHAR= statement) available to produce special characters (such as superscripts three, Greek letters, and symbols) in SAS. However, none of them can be used directly in the AXIS statement to add special...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Why Aren't You Using MEMLIB?

    The concept of a RAM disk is simple: set aside an area of the computer's memory (RAM - Random Access Memory) to serve as a simulated hard disk. While hard drive speeds have increased tremendously since RAM disks fell out of use, they are still much slower than RAM, both...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Two Practical Approaches to Add Special Characters to Axis Labels in SAS/Graph Output in RTF

    There are several methods (such as the BYTE function, Hexadecimal code, and Greek character symbols with/without the ODS ESCAPECHAR= statement) available to produce special characters (such as superscripts three, Greek letters, and symbols) in SAS. However, none of them can be used directly in the AXIS statement to add special...

    Provided By INC Research

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Why Aren't You Using MEMLIB?

    The concept of a RAM disk is simple: set aside an area of the computer's memory (RAM - Random Access Memory) to serve as a simulated hard disk. While hard drive speeds have increased tremendously since RAM disks fell out of use, they are still much slower than RAM, both...

    Provided By INC Research