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August 29, 2014


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As to the lack of overlap betwixt SAS and others: for ages SAS Institute has promoted SAS application as a "complete" database, stat processing, and programming environment. Clearly, that meme has worked.

For mainframe SAS users, access to python, or any language, may well be limited: "About a quarter of SAS's revenue comes from copies of its software installed on IBM mainframe computers." here: http://tinyurl.com/ykx75rx

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