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SAS training course teaches the fundamentals of SAS including data access, manipulation, analysis and reporting. Participants will learn how to get data in and out of SAS, manipulate and transform data sets, combine SAS data sets, create summary reports using SAS procedures, and identify and correct data, syntax and programming logic errors. It also prepares students for Base SAS certification officially known as The SAS Certified Base Programmer which is the essential requirements for many other advanced SAS certifications. Entire training course is divided into Base and Advanced modules.

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    SAS is Statistical Analysis System. It is a software suite developed by SAS Institute for advanced analytics, business intelligence, data management, and predictive analytics.

    • Base SAS - Basic procedures and data management
    • SAS/STAT - Statistical analysis
    • SAS/GRAPH - Graphics and presentation
    • SAS/OR - Operations research
    • SAS/ETS - Econometrics and Time Series Analysis
    • SAS/IML - Interactive matrix language
    • SAS/AF - Applications facility
    • SAS/QC - Quality control
    • SAS/INSIGHT - Data mining
    • SAS/PH - Clinical trial analysis
    • Enterprise Miner - data mining

    There are two main components to most SAS programs - the data step(s) and the procedure step(s). The data step reads data from external sources, manipulates and combines it with other data set and prints reports. The data step is used to prepare your data for use by one of the procedures (often called “procs�). The procedure steps perform analysis on the data, and produce (often huge amounts of) output.

    Concentrate on the details of the data step, and learn the details of each procedure as you have a need for them.

    There are four ways to access SAS on a UNIX system:

    • Type sas. This opens the SAS “display managerâ€�, which consists of three windows (program, log, and output). Some procedures must be run from the display manager.
    • Type sas -nodms . You will be prompted for each SAS statement, and output will scroll by on the screen.
    • Type sas -stdio . SAS will act like a standard UNIX program, expecting input from standard input, sending the log to standard error, and the output to standard output
    • Type sas filename.sas. This is the batch mode of SAS - your program is read from filename.sas, the log goes to filename.log and the output goes to filename.lst.