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–Changed to deal with input and output streams • SCOPE is a high level declarative language for data manipulation –It translates very naturally into parallel computation 10 Scope Job Stream-1 Stream-2 Stream-3 Stream-A Stream-B Input Output Input Arrives as Sets of Records Computation Occurs as Sets of Records Output Written as
Data Transfer Instructions •Are responsible for moving data around inside the processor as well as brining in data or sending data out •Examples: Store, load, exchange, move, set, push, pop •Each Instruction should have: •source and destination (memory, register, input/output port) •amount of data
WHERE TO FIND THE DATA This is a listing of all of the financial data that you will need to analyze your company and where exactly on the Bloomberg output you will find the data. Once you have identified what you would like to look up, use the item number and go to the specified page number on Bloomberg to look it up.
This sets up the file streams to read data from a file called "readme.data" and write output to a file called "writeme.data". Computer Science Dept Va Tech August, 2001
The output from the macro processor must be run back through the parser once more to ... to values which have been read from data sets and placed in the program data vector. We simply provide a macro variable name and the value to be assigned as …
allow you to save the data as a CSV or TXT file and performs simple filtering and sorting of data. This software will also support some cross-platform SAS data sets, so it is a great tool for multiple OS environments. The following example use the sample data set SASUSER.CLASS. • Start the SAS System Viewer.
collection of attributes that affect some output of a SAS program. Second, as a style attribute, which is a name-value pair that describes an output behavior or visual result that you want to apply to output data. A style attribute change is the most specific way to directly change how your data looks.
Input/Output Computer Organization and Architecture Input/Output Problems • Computers have a wide variety of peripherals —Delivering different amounts of data, at different speeds, in different formats • Many are not connected directly to system or expansion bus • Most peripherals are slower than CPU and RAM; a few are faster
• Use the DATA step to simulate data from univariate and uncorrelated multivariate distributions. You can use the RAND function to generate random values from more than 20 standard univariate distributions. You can combine these elementary distributions to build more complicated distributions. From Simulating Data with SAS ®. Full book available
to use the xt commands. You do not need to set both, but it will not matter if you do. xtset and tsset are different, however, when you set just a panelvar—you type xtset panelvar— or when you set just a timevar—you type tsset timevar. If you save your data after xtset, the data will be remembered to be a panel and you will not