English, Article edition: SAVASAS: Stata module to save your dataset as a SAS dataset Dan Blanchette

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  • SAVASAS: Stata module to save your dataset as a SAS dataset
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  • Dan Blanchette
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  • savasas saves the Stata dataset in memory as a SAS file. By default the output dataset will have the same name and be in the same directory, but with the .sas7bdat file name extension and contain all observations and every variable in the Stata data file. Savasas can save to other versions of SAS. Version 8: *.sas7bdat, Version 6: *.ssd01/​ *.sd2, SAS 6 Transport/​xport: .xpt. Savasas calls SAS to run the SAS program. This requires the ability to run SAS on your computer. If you do not have a working copy of SAS, use the sascode option and copy the SAS program (mySASfile_infile.sas) and the xport data file (mySASfile_infile.raw) to a computer that has a working copy of SAS. The SAS program will need to be modified to point to the location of the xport data file. Savasas works on Windows, Unix, and Linux operating systems.
  • SAS, save, convert, transfer
  • RePEc:boc:bocode:s435502
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