Sas 9.1.3 Portable 64 Bit __EXCLUSIVE__
I am a PhD student who has been working furiously (frustratingly) with my IT person to try to get SAS on my laptop. I currently own a 64-bit machine and it appears that we only have the SAS 32-bit 9.1.3 disks. Can you suggest any work around? Or would the only option be to get the 64-bit installation?
Sas 9.1.3 Portable 64 Bit
The 32-bit version of SAS works fine on a 64-bit machine, but will run as a 32-bit application. However, since you have SAS 9.1.3, and presumably Windows 7 or Vista, the tricky part might be installing SAS 9.1.3 on that environment. See this SAS note for what is supported:
This worked for me. SAS loads and runs etc. The only issue is that it doesn't save user preferences/settings on exit. I think this a permissions issue somewhere and I am looking into it some more. For now I am going to try running SAS 9.1.3 under Windows XP mode
Just an update on this. To get SAS 9.1.3 installed on win7 x64 I did have to have a newer CD install set. I didn't have this for all my programs so I had to call SAS and they sent me a new one for free ( they said normally it costs $250 gross)
SAS 9.1.3 and Windows x64 installation issuesIn order to install SAS Foundation 9.1.3 32-bit release on Windows x64, you are required to have the following:CDs shipped after 1 Sept 2005 (spine of SAS Installation Kit indicates "Rev: 15") is required.CD set 45 or laterBoth date and CD set can be found at the bottom of the SAS Setup CD as "CD Set 45 - 1Sept2005".SAS Installation Data File (SID) has CDSetVersion=45.
I am trying to run SAS 9.1 (a portable version) through the use of a virtual machine since I'm on a mac. It worked well at first, but just recently I started not being able to run the program. Every time I try to run it, I get this message:
Hey Chris, for some reasons we made the installation of the EG 4.2 (and AMO) from the products-folder (as you wrote not to do). It works fine with Windows 7. But now we don't find a solution to apply the hotfixes. The wizard tells that he is searching the sassw.config in the SASHOME-Folder. This file doesn't exist. If I try to copy the file from another computer (installed by Deployment Wizard) I get no error message, but it didn't work as well. Maybe it is searching for some other folders (e.g. deploymentreg).With SAS 9.1.3 and the EG 4.1 on Win XP it worked fine. Do you know a solution for this case? Or really no chance for that?Thanks, Michael
If you created and used these user-defined formats with 32-bit SAS, you'll see this message when you try to use them with 64-bit SAS:15 libname library "c:\datasources\32bit";NOTE: Libref LIBRARY was successfully assigned as follows:Engine: V9Physical Name: c:\datasources\32bit16 proc print data=sashelp.air;17 format date benefit.;ERROR: File LIBRARY.FORMATS.CATALOG was created for a different operating system.18 run;The Cause:For all intents and purposes, the move from 32-bit SAS for Windows to 64-bit SAS for Windows is like a platform change, and SAS catalogs are not portable across platforms. Even though you've just moved from one version of Windows to another, from a SAS perspective these files are different, with different internal structures.
SAS 9.1.3 can run on a 64-bit Windows machine in 32-bit mode. However, you will need to check the system requirements to ensure that your target Windows system can be used to install your version of SAS.
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Other important statistical software applications can import SPSS_sav files. For example, modules exist for R to import SPSS_sav files; see rio Import, Export, and Convert Data Files and Read SPSS (SAV & POR) files. Write SAV files from tidyverse.org. Starting with SAS 9.1.3 SP3 (2005), SAS has had the ability to import SPSS_sav files. USESPSS is a user-written Stata module, running only on Windows and without support, to import SPSS (*.sav) datasets. Stat/Transfer, a popular commercial utility for converting datasets from one format to another, can read and write SPSS_sav files.
ICPSR's Guide to Social Science Data Preparation and ArchivingPhase 6: Depositing Data states, "If a dataset is to be archived, it must be organized in such a way that others can read it. Ideally, the dataset should be accessible using a standard statistical package, such as SAS, SPSS, or Stata. Three common approaches to data file preparation are: (1) provide the data in raw ASCII format, along with setup files to read them into standard statistical programs; (2) provide the data as a system file within a specific analysis program; or (3) provide the data in a portable file produced by a statistical program. Each of these alternatives has its advantages and disadvantages." 350c69d7ab