We frequently wish to capture the output tables from our forecasting projects. With SAS Visual Forecasting 8.5, it's easy to do! First, let’s review what tables are created.
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Exporting output tables from Visual Forecasting 8.5 is as simple as simple as 1, 2, 3.
Below we will go step by step through this process and how to find and access our tables once they are saved. We'll also reveal an EVEN EASIER way to get your tables into Visual Analytics where you can explore and visualize them and use them in reports.
Let's review what the output attributes (columns) are for each table.
OUTSELECT (All the OUTSTAT Plus Selected Status and Model Label)
All the same attributes as OUTSELECT except does not include Selected Status and Model Label.
All variables from all the other tables merged into one table plus:
Let’s see how easy it is to export these tables!
We start with an already built SAS Visual Forecasting 8.5 model in Model Studio.
Here I’ll use the my Hurricane project, which I previously demonstrated in my previous article, Improve Accuracy by Adding Events in SAS Visual Forecasting 8.5 Model Studio.
You can now explore and/or report these results in SAS Visual Analytics.
Let’s return and save our OUTSUM table.
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