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Greetings,

I've come across some interesting data that I'd like to use, however it is in the Matlab data format (*.mat).  How do I bring this into SAS in general and Proc IML in particular?

-Tom

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gergely_batho
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First you have to save (export, convert) it into some other format. Text or xls for example. If you don't have Matlab to do this conversion, do it in Octave (it's free).

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gergely_batho
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First you have to save (export, convert) it into some other format. Text or xls for example. If you don't have Matlab to do this conversion, do it in Octave (it's free).

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