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Ahmadim
Calcite | Level 5

Hi, 

 

I need brief information about Case Study - Dutch Traffic Accidents available in SAS Viya for Learners. I need to know how many rows and columns the dataset has, from which year to which year the data has been recorded, and how many variables does it have? 

 

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JosvanderVelden
SAS Super FREQ

I've attached the case study pdf. The pdf has the details for the columns and information about how the case study can be performed.

 

Ongevallen.png

 

 

Best regards, Jos

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JosvanderVelden
SAS Super FREQ

I've attached the case study pdf. The pdf has the details for the columns and information about how the case study can be performed.

 

Ongevallen.png

 

 

Best regards, Jos

LuckyWuuuuu
Calcite | Level 5
Hi,
Could u tell me where can I get the data ONGEVALLEN2016_EN? Is it public or private?
Thanks
Rachel_McLawhon
SAS Employee
Hello! The ONGEVALLEN2016_EN dataset is available to everyone on SAS Viya for Learners. It can be found within Visual Analytics by going to the Data Sources tab of your "Choose Data" window, then cas-v4e###-default (you will have numbers for ###) > USECASES and then scrolling to the bottom of the folder. If you only see the version with .sas7bdat extension, right-click the table and select "Load."
LuckyWuuuuu
Calcite | Level 5
Hi,
Could you tell me where can I find the Dutch Traffic Accidents data? I will use it for my course, but I can't find it in SAS Viya.
Thanks

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