Date: Thu, 11 Mar 2004 13:19:48 -0800
Reply-To: Van Bain <vanirex@TELEPORT.COM>
Sender: "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From: Van Bain <vanirex@TELEPORT.COM>
Subject: Re: Newby SAS Enterprise Question
I was referring to Enterprise Miner--another person e-mailed me and said
that all of these capabilities ARE available there Enterprise-Miner, and
that I should RTFI with respect to the tutorial.
"Doc Muhlbaier" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Can you clarify your question a bit.
> SAS has several products with the word "Enterprise" in the name; they are
> all different products. I doubt that you ONLY have Enterprise XXX running
> as each one requires some other SAS products to work (like SAS Base, Stat,
> Graph, OR, etc...), though they may reside on other platforms.
> SAS Enterprise Guide and SAS Enterprise Miner are two of the main ones and
> their capabilities are a bit different.
> You can embed regular SAS code into Enterprise Guide. You can do it in a
> more constrained fashion, I think, in E-Miner (it's been a while since I
> The best, albeit limited, documentation for E-Guide is the short course
> notes for the two short courses SAS offers.
> Doc Muhlbaier
> "Van Bain" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > Hi!
> > Although I have some experience with SPSS Clementine, the company I'm at
> > only offers the use of SAS Enterprise. Unlike Clementine, SAS
> > really an add-on to SAS, so I guess I'm expected to write variables,
> > and clean all within the SAS context, not through the Enterprise
> > Am I not understanding this right? If so, any suggestions about the
> > efficient way to ramp up on SAS with an emphasis toward using
> > Thanks in advance