SAS Publications


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Publication list

SAS Viya exploration

This paper is a free course in 78 pages on the SAS programming language under SAS Viya. Main topics are :SAS Viya Deployment, Foundational Programming in SAS Viya, Statistical Programming in SAS Viya and Data Management in SAS Viya.

SAS Viya for Python Users

This paper talkes about the SWAT, The SAS Scripting Wrapper for Analytics Transfer, a package developed by SAS to allow the Python interface to access the SAS Viya platform.

SAS Viya programming introduction

If you are familiar with SAS programming and technology and discover SAS Viya, then this paper is just for you. This document gives you SAS Viya definition and couple of screenshots. Moreover, it explain which SAS code you have to use to create a CAS Session, a CAS library, load data to the CAS library (etc) Finaly, it explains the main changes and new options between syntax in 9.4 and Viya (data step, formats, DS2 (etc)) Some useful examples are also indicated.

SAS 9,4 and SAS Viya: functional comparison

This paper is a technical paper explaining the main differences between SAS 9,4 M6 and SAS Viya 3.4.

Discovering SAS Viya

This free E-book is a collection of papers talking all about SAS Viya but from different point of view: Administrative view , Data Mining, Exploration, Maching learning, predictive modeling, data step, VA, open source integration (etc)

How to Build a Recommendation Engine Using SAS Viya

This 15 pages paper is interesting for 3 points: first it talk about factorization machines, second it gives you an end-to-end example on an analytical project from the creation of the model to the call using RESTful Api and third it shows you one more example of interaction of Python into SAS.