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Case study doc for DI studio

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Case study doc for DI studio

Can someone of you help me with the case study/applications using SAS DI studio? I just want to know how DI Studio were helpful in real life.


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Then again I think that Global Forum papers is your best resource.
But in general terms: it's the ETL tool from SAS, and have the features that is common too many similar tools. But it's SAS code that's being generated so in my opinion it's more powerful than its competitors. And of course it has its natural place if your organisation uses SAS for other purposes like analytics.
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Re: Case study doc for DI studio

I think the closest that you can get from public resources are SAS Global Forum papers. Writing a case study takes resources and I think they are usually done by, or on cooperation with, a software company - which can lead to the suspicion that not 100% of the story is being told.
What benefits will you gain from this? Are you a potential customer, a third party consultant or...?
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Re: Case study doc for DI studio

I'm new to SAS DI studio. I've read the documentaion on DI Studio 4.4. However, I would like how the DI Studio is being used in real life. Is there any documentaion which has some example problems which you can point to?

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Re: Case study doc for DI studio

Then again I think that Global Forum papers is your best resource.
But in general terms: it's the ETL tool from SAS, and have the features that is common too many similar tools. But it's SAS code that's being generated so in my opinion it's more powerful than its competitors. And of course it has its natural place if your organisation uses SAS for other purposes like analytics.
Data never sleeps
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