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The SAS language is a computer programming language used for statistical analysis, created by Anthony James Barr at North Carolina State University. It can read in data from common spreadsheets and databases and output the results of statistical analyses in tables, graphs, and as RTF, HTML and PDF documents. The SAS language runs under compilers that can be used on Microsoft Windows, Linux, and various other UNIX and mainframe computers. The SAS System and World Programming System (WPS) are SAS language compilers.
You will learn
Read and create data files.
Manipulate and transform data
Combine SAS data sets.
Create basic detail and summary reports using SAS procedures.
Identify and correct data, syntax and programming logic errors
Unit 1: Access and Create Data Structures
Create temporary and permanent SAS data sets
Investigate SAS data libraries using base SAS utility procedures
Combine SAS data sets
Access an Excel workbook
Create and manipulate SAS date values
Export data to create standard and comma-delimited raw data files
Control which observations and variables in a SAS data set are processed and output
Unit 2: Manage Data
Sort observations in a SAS data set.
Conditionally execute SAS statements
Use assignment statements in the DATA step.
Modify variable attributes using options and statements in the DATA step.
Accumulate sub-totals and totals using DATA step statements.
Use SAS functions to manipulate character data, numeric data, and SAS date values.
Use SAS functions to convert character data to numeric and vice versa
Process data using DO LOOPS.
Validate and clean data.
Unit 3: Generate Reports
Generate list reports using the PRINT procedure.
Generate summary reports and frequency tables using base SAS procedures.
Enhance reports through the use of user-defined formats, titles, footnotes and SAS System reporting.
Generate reports using ODS statements.
Unit 4: Error Handling
Identify and resolve programming logic errors.
Recognize and correct syntax errors.
Examine and resolve data errors.
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