01-13-2015 01:47 PM
01-13-2015 02:32 PM
HI: Basically, PROC IMPORT is the correct approach. However, remember that SAS Studio does not read a C: drive location if you are using SAS Studio with the University Edition or with SAS OnDemand for Academics. For the SAS University Edition, you will need to put the CSV file in your shared folder location and your FILE= option will be something like: FILE='/folders/myfolders/my_csv.csv'. But for SAS OnDemand for Academics, when you signed up for the account, you were given a directory path, so in this instance, you would need to upload the file to your space on the server and then your FILE= option would be something like: FILE='~/xxxxxxxxx/my_csv.csv'; (where ~/xxxxxxxxxx/ is the location you find in your OnDemand control center for your directory path).
01-13-2015 08:45 PM
Thank you both, I tired out the same procedure.Got the following output.
I wanted the name of the variables to be left blank.Here it is taking the first value as variable names.
12-30-2015 01:55 AM
How can i recall my directory path as i am also facing error while uploading the csv file.
I have enrolled to 3 courses however dont find themm listed on my login screen.