This series introduces users to the SAS system, the basic data concepts and the structure of the SAS programming language. It discusses the basic statements used when coding SAS programs, using the SAS log to troubleshoot coding errors, and the different modes for executing SAS. The series also covers optional statements used to modify data, and statements and options available to program features in the DATA step. Creating specialized output and basic statistical procedures are also covered. Additional topics examined include using Display Manager to run SAS jobs interactively, SAS data libraries, using SQL in SAS, and combining and updating SAS data sets.
This series is for end users, programmers and business professionals who are new to SAS.
- Activities that allow users to apply course concepts in an interactive questioning environment
- Exercises that allow users to practice the application
- A file containing the text of the exercises
- A glossary
- A Skill Assessment