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SAS Online Training

Duration: 45 Hrs

Getting Started Using SAS Software

  • The SAS Language
  • SAS Data-Sets
  • The Two Parts of a SAS Program
  • The DATA Step’s Built-in-Loop
  • Choosing a Mode for Submitting SAS Program
  • Windows and Commands in the SAS windowing Environment
  • Submitting a Program in the SAS windowing Environment
  • Reading the SAS Log
  • Viewing Your Results in the Output Window
  • Creating HTML Output
  • SAS Data Libraries
  • Viewing Data Sets with SAS Explorer
  • Using SAS System Options

Getting Your Data into SAS

  • Methods for Getting Your Data into SAS
  • Entering Data with the View table Window
  • Reading Files with the Import Wizard
  • Telling SAS Where to Find Your Raw Data
  • Reading Raw Data Separated by Spaces
  • Reading Raw Data Arranged in Columns
  • Reading Raw Data Not in Standard Format
  • Selected In-formats
  • Mixing Input Styles
  • Reading Messy Raw Data
  • Reading Multiple Lines of Raw Data Per Observation
  • Reading Multiple Observation Per Line of Raw Data
  • Reading Part of a Raw Data File
  • Controlling Input with Options in the INFILE Statement
  • Reading Delimited Files with the DATA Step
  • Reading Delimited Files with IMPORT Procedure
  • Reading PC Files with DDE
  • Temporary Versus Permanent SAS Data Sets
  • Using Permanent SAS Data Sets with LIBNAME Statements
  • Using Permanent SAS Data Sets by Direct Referencing
  • Listing the Contents of a SAS Data Set

 Working with Your Data

  • Creating and Redefining Variables
  • Using SAS Functions
  • Selected SAS Functions
  • Using IF-THEN Statements
  • Grouping Observations with IF-THEN/ELSE Statements
  • Sub-setting Your Data
  • Working with SAS Dates
  • Selected Date In-formats, Functions, and Formats
  • Using the RETAIN and Sum Statements
  • Simplifying Programs with Arrays
  • Using Shortcuts for Lists of Variable Names

 Sorting, Printing and Summarizing Your Data

  • Using SAS Procedures
  • Sub-setting in Procedures with the WHERE Statement
  • Sorting Your Data with PROC SORT
  • Printing Your Data with PROC PRINT
  • Changing the Appearance of Printed Values with Formats
  • Selected Standard Formats
  • Creating Your Own Formats Using PROC FORMAT
  • Writing Simple Custom Reports
  • Summarizing Your Data Using PROC MEANS
  • Writing Summary Statistics to a SAS Data-Set
  • Counting Your Data With PROC FREQ
  • Producing Tabular Reports with PROC TABULATE
  • Adding Statistics to PROC TABULATE Output
  • Enhancing the Appearance of PROC TABULATE Output
  • Changing Headers in PROC TABULATE Output
  • Specifying Multiple Formats for Data Cells in PROC TABULATE Output
  • Producing Simple Output with PROC REPORT
  • Using DEFINE Statement in PROC REPORT
  • Creating Summary Reports with PROC REPORT
  • Adding Summary Breaks to PROC REPORT Output
  • Adding Statistics to PROC REPORT Output

Using Basic Statistical Procedures

  • Examining the Distribution of Data with PROC UNVARIATE
  • Producing Statistics with PROC MEANS
  • Testing Categorical Data with PROC FREQ
  • Examining Correlations With PROC CORR
  • Using PROC REG for Simple Regression Analysis
  • Reading the Output of PROC REG
  • Using PROC ANOVA for One-Way Analysis of Variance
  • Reading the Output of PROC ANOVA

 Exporting Your Data

  • Methods for Exporting Your Data
  • Writing Files Using Export Wizard
  • Writing Delimited Files with the Export Procedure
  • Writing Raw-Data Files with the DATA Step

 Modifying and Combining SAS Data-sets

  • Modifying a Data-Set Using the SET Statements
  • Stacking Data-Sets Using the SET Statements
  • Interleaving Data-Sets Using the SET Statements
  • Combining Data-Sets Using a One-to-One Match Merge
  • Combining Data-Sets Using a One-to-Many Match Merge
  • Merging Summary Statistics with the Original Data
  • Combining a Grand Total with the Original Data
  • Up-dating a Master Data-Sets with Transactions
  • Using SAS Data-Set Options
  • Tracking and Selecting Observations with the IN=Option
  • Writing Multiple Data-Sets Using the OUTPUT Statement
  • Making Several Observations from One Using the OUTPUT Statement
  • Charging Observations to Variables Using PROC TRANSPOSE
  • Using SAS Automatic Variables

 SAS Graphs

  • G-charts
  • G-plots

 Advance SAS: Writing Flexible Code with the SAS Macro Facility

  • Macro Concepts
  • Substituting Test with Macro Variables
  • Creating Modular Code with Macros
  • Adding Parameters to Macros
  • Writing Macros with Conditional Logic
  • Writing Data-Driven Programs with CALL SYMPUT
  • Debugging Macro Errors

 Enhancing Your Output with ODS

  • Concepts of the Output Delivery System
  • Tracing and Selecting Procedure Output
  • Creating SAS Data-Sets from Procedure Output
  • Using ODS Statements to Create HTML Output
  • Using ODS Statements to Create RTF Output
  • Using ODS Statements to Create PRINTER Output
  • Customizing Titles and Footnotes
  • Customizing PROC PRINT Output with the STYLE=Option
  • Customizing PROC REPORT Output with the STYLE=Option
  •  Customizing PROC TABULATE Output with the STYLE=Option
  • Adding Traffic-Lighting to Your Output
  • Selected Style Attributes


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