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AlexeyS
Pyrite | Level 9

Hi All,

In the new version of SAS 9.04.01M7 proc discrim doesn't work, although in the previous version 9.3 it did work.

I have the same products as early.

BASE SAS

SAS/STAT

and others...

 

Thank you,

Alexey

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PaigeMiller
Diamond | Level 26

@AlexeyS wrote:
You are right, i don't see SAS/STAT in the list. What does it means?

It means you don't have access to PROC DISCRIM and many other statistical procedures. Which others? Look at this list, anywhere you see SAS/STAT, that is a PROC you don't have access to.

 

Now it may be that your new SAS was not properly installed, you do have a license to SAS/STAT, it should have been installed but wasn't, only your system admins would know that. You'll have to talk to them.

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Paige Miller

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mkeintz
PROC Star

Show the log stating the proc discrim can't be found.  Can't diagnose your problem without at least that information.

 

You might also want to run

proc product_status;
run;

to confirm that your sas session does have SAS/STAT accessible.

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AlexeyS
Pyrite | Level 9
You are right, i don't see SAS/STAT in the list. What does it means?
PaigeMiller
Diamond | Level 26

@AlexeyS wrote:
You are right, i don't see SAS/STAT in the list. What does it means?

It means you don't have access to PROC DISCRIM and many other statistical procedures. Which others? Look at this list, anywhere you see SAS/STAT, that is a PROC you don't have access to.

 

Now it may be that your new SAS was not properly installed, you do have a license to SAS/STAT, it should have been installed but wasn't, only your system admins would know that. You'll have to talk to them.

--
Paige Miller

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