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the problem of creating a SAS library using SAS on demand for academics: Enterprise miner? and SAS online Studio use

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the problem of creating a SAS library using SAS on demand for academics: Enterprise miner? and SAS online Studio use

1. when i use the SAS ondemand for academics online SAS studio, i put my data under the common fold, however, cannot open the sas file , why?

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2. and, when i created a lib containing the data provided in this book:

Text Mining and Analysis: Practical Methods, Analysis and Case Studies Using SAS 

in its case 3 study.

But it turned out that the lib data set is empty after i uploaded the data and create a lib pointing to the directory

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Then i found a answer in common questions as below:

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Since i'm just a starter, i dont quite understand what this exactly mean, it mean that i can not work with available sas libs or i can create 3rd party libs through assigning libname statements?

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Re: the problem of creating a SAS library using SAS on demand for academics: Enterprise miner? and SAS online Studio use

Posted in reply to lynnaZhang

Hi,

I'm guessing that you are using the documents available at the SAS OnDemand for Academics site.   One thing I notice that's different in your steps is the LIBNAME statement.  The examples state to point to the ./my_content subfolder, but your screenshot shows '/home/lynna.zhang' -- not '/home/lynna.zhang/my_content'.  Could that be the cause for what you're seeing?

Chris

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