I did exactly what you said. however I am unable to upload the ''data'' file on SAS as the size of the file is too large to upload onto SAS.
It sounds like you are using SAS On Demand For Academics. Can you confirm? Make sure you download the correct files. For SAS On Demand Academics you should be downloading from here:
You should only be uploading one file, a SAS program (again, if you are using SAS on Demand for Academics):
You will upload that file. That program will create everything you need. Select the link Cynthia sent and watch the video for SAS on Demand for Academics. After you run that program it creates everything.
If that doesn't work can you share some screenshots to help us determine your issue?
I did exactly what was said in the email, thanks.
However, when I am trying to do the first activity from lesson 2, which says
There is no SAS table called '' storm_summary.sas7bdat '' in my data file.
A screenshot is provided showing you all of the SAS tables that i have.
Hope to hear from you soon.
Did you follow ALL the instructions for making the data using SAS OnDemand for Academics? You need to use the zip file for SAS OnDemand for Acadmeics and you need to follow ALL the instructions. If you followed any other instructions, they are likely fail or not result in the files you need.
You need to run the program, as shown in the SAS OnDemand video, https://youtu.be/8sI_UsNvIHE at time stamp 0:48 in #7. The name of the program, as shown in #7 in the instructions is createdataPG1_oda.sas and after you run the program, as shown at time stamp 4:03, you should see results of the PROC CONTENTS, which show that the SAS data sets used in the course have been successfully created.
At time stamp, 5:51, as shown in the video, and in the screen shot below:
you can see the storm_summary data table does appear in the table of contents at the end of the creation process.(sorry the screen shot is fuzzy -- taking a screen shot of a video doesn't result in the best resolution).
Did you run the createdataPG1_oda.sas program successfully? If not, my recommendation is that you watch the video and make sure that you have followed ALL the steps to make the data files for the course.
Hope this helps,
I followed this video to a T and I am getting error messages. It says
If you are seeing localhost:10080 in your URL bar, you are NOT using SAS OnDemand for Academics. You are using SAS University Edition with Virtual Box. I am guessing that you start Virtual Box and then start University Edition Virtual Machine. Then you type localhost:10080 in a browser window.
The error message you report is exactly the error message that happens when a University Edition student follows the OnDemand instructions. You MUST follow the University Edition instructions. The OnDemand instructions do NOT work. The UNZIP error message happens because when you are using University Edition you are operating on the outside of the SAS network. For OnDemand students, we have a zip file internally that we can download to their machine with code and issue an unzip for the downloaded file. This technique ONLY works from INSIDE the SAS network. So the error message is issued for any other method of using SAS.
Please delete the zip file and program that you're getting the error message with. If you follow the correct University Edition instructions, then my guess is that you will be successful making the data for the Programming 1 class.
Hope this helps,
You MUST follow ALL the instructions for SAS University Edition in the Course Overview and Data Setup section of the course. This is BEFORE Lesson 1, BEFORE you have any demo or activity to do with the class data. There are several different sets of SETUP instructions. Which one did you follow?
When you first go into the course, you should see THIS:
Then you listen to the videos in the section and finally you get to the REQUIRED SETUP, and you have to scroll past #1 to #2 where you will see the choices for instructions, as shown below:
When you open those instructions, there are multiple steps to follow. You must follow ALL the instructions.
When you open SAS University Edition, you can check whether everything worked correctly by expanding the My Folders top icon and looking for the Programming 1 folder you created. The name should be EPG1V2. If you followed the instructions correctly, then under that class folder, there should be subfolders with names like: activities, data, demos, output, practices. If you do NOT have a class folder under the My Folders location, then you did not follow the instructions all the way through or you did not follow the right instructions.
Here's the University Edition video for the current version of the course: http://youtu.be/5vfd_jt8ttc?hd=1
Please watch the video. This shows an instructor doing ALL the steps for the setup on University Edition.
Hope this helps,
Registration is open! SAS is returning to Vegas for an AI and analytics experience like no other! Whether you're an executive, manager, end user or SAS partner, SAS Innovate is designed for everyone on your team. Register for just $495 by 12/31/2023.
If you are interested in speaking, there is still time to submit a session idea. More details are posted on the website.
For SAS newbies, this video is a great way to get started. James Harroun walks through the process using SAS Studio for SAS OnDemand for Academics, but the same steps apply to any analytics project.
Find more tutorials on the SAS Users YouTube channel.