Parso is a lightweight Java library that enables users to easily extract data from all types of SAS7BDAT datasets without using commercial software.
Golob said, “By introducing Parso to the marketplace, GGA provides the missing puzzle piece for users processing SAS7BDAT files.” He noted that, “In the Java applications market, Parso is the most convenient, universal, and reliable solution that solves the technology and business problem of reading SAS7BDAT datasets.”
In today’s life sciences industry, many companies store clinical and statistical data in the proprietary SAS7BDAT format, making extracting data from these files a common processing issue for users. The number of types of SAS7BDAT files complicates the processing challenge, making Parso’s versatility even more valuable.
According to Golob, “Parso is lightweight requiring only JRE installation on the client computer.” It can perform row-by-row parsing and process data streams, eliminating the need to download and save the data files to the file system. With its easy-to-use interface similar to OpenCSV, users need only a few lines of program code to convert their SAS7BDAT file into a model or CSV format.
The tool is particularly effective handling difficult cases where files may be additionally complicated by data corruption. After processing, Parso provides easy file conversion into a model or CSV format.
For additional information on GGA’s Parso SAS7BDAT data extraction solution, please click here or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
GGA Software Services
Source: GGA Software Services
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