Please see SASREADDEMO, by following link 'Published m-files' below.
PS. In retrospect, SASREAD gets credit for an inventive approach, but for practical purposes, I would strongly recommend MySQL-mediated data transfer, discussed in 'The Twain Shall Meet: Facilitating Data Exchange between SAS and Matlab' (see link below).
Hi Eddie, I am getting the same error. Were you able to resolve this issue?
I'm getting a runtime error 91 in the xls macro about a block variable not having been set. It stops at the "SAS.Quit" line in the Sub SAS2Excel() module.
I'm no expert in VB (I think?), so does anyone know of a quick fix?
SAS-Mtlab Converter found
Does anybody else not see the spreadsheet? Please give me a shout.
The file SAS-Matlab Converter.xls is not available for download
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