sasfix is a tool for fixing the formatting of SAS output. Paste in results from the Output window, and sasfix will fix funny characters and remove excess whitespace from the left side.
Here’s a visual example:
Start with any SAS output:
If you paste it directly into Notepad (or any other program), you’ll get weird characters and excess white space on the left:
sasfix to the rescue! Paste your SAS output into sasfix first to get a clean version.
Note that the funny ƒ characters have been replaced with a line and the extra white space on the left side has been removed.
You can see the full output from the screenshots above here: before and after.
sasfix is free to use. No data is cached or stored on the server. You can access sasfix here.
Thanks to the Handbook of Biological Statistics for the example data used here.