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Cleaning Data in SAS Visual Analytics

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Cleaning Data in SAS Visual Analytics

I am new to SAS Visual Analytics. I have a column in which i want to make zero missing. I know how to do it in base SAS. I can do it in base SAS and import the file again in SAS Visual Analytics. But i want to do it in SAS VA only as i want to learn how to clean data in SAS VA itself. Any help would be highly appreciated!


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‎05-30-2016 02:31 PM
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Re: Cleaning Data in SAS Visual Analytics

You can create a custom calculation in SAS VA to do this task.  Shown below.

For more information about custom calculations, read the user's manual .

 

 

turn2zeroexample.png

 


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Re: Cleaning Data in SAS Visual Analytics

No one replied yet. I thought it would be very easy to do it in SAS VA. Thanks!

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Re: Cleaning Data in SAS Visual Analytics

Hi Ujjawal,

 

I might be misunderstanding your question, but SAS Visual Analytics doesn't clean data.  You can use SAS Visual Data Builder to work with tables, columns, filters, and joins before you explore your data or create reports.  For more information, see the Overview of SAS Visual Data Builder in the SAS Visual Analytics 7.3 User's Guide.

 

-Joy

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Re: Cleaning Data in SAS Visual Analytics

Thanks for your reply. Is it possible to make zero missing in data builder?
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Re: Cleaning Data in SAS Visual Analytics

SAS Visual Data Builder isn't my area of expertise.  I will have to ask around to see if I can find the answer.

 

-Joy

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Re: Cleaning Data in SAS Visual Analytics

The visual data builder is basically a SQL generator which means that you should be able to use case statements for instance.
See the documentation and training material for details.
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‎05-30-2016 02:31 PM
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Re: Cleaning Data in SAS Visual Analytics

You can create a custom calculation in SAS VA to do this task.  Shown below.

For more information about custom calculations, read the user's manual .

 

 

turn2zeroexample.png

 


Tricia Aanderud
Zencos Consulting
Twitter: @taanderud - Follow me!

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