Description

SAS is a leader in business analytics. Through innovative analytics it caters to business intelligence and data management software and services. SAS transforms data into insight which can give a fresh perspective on business.

Unlike other BI tools available in the market, SAS takes an extensive programming approach to data transformation and analysis rather than a pure drag drop and connect approach. That makes it stand out from the crowd as it gives much finer control over data manipulation. SAS has a very large number of components customized for specific industries and data analysis tasks.

This tutorial is designed for all those readers who want to read and transform raw data to produce insights for business using SAS. In addition, it will also be quite useful for those readers who would like to become a Data Analyst or Data Scientist.

Before proceeding with this tutorial, you should have a basic understanding of Computer Programming terminologies. A basic understanding of any of the programming languages will help you in understanding the SAS programming concepts. Familiarity with SQL will help you learn it very fast.

Course Content

SAS Tutorial
SAS Home
SAS Overview
SAS Environment
SAS User Interface
SAS Program Structure
SAS Basic Syntax
SAS Data Sets
SAS Variables
SAS Strings
SAS Arrays
SAS Numeric Formats
SAS Operators
SAS Loops
SAS Decision Making
SAS Functions
SAS Input Methods
SAS Macros
SAS Dates & Times
SAS Data Set Operations
SAS Read Raw Data
SAS Write Data Sets
SAS Concatenate Data Sets
SAS Merging Data Sets
SAS Subsetting Data Sets
SAS Sort Data Sets
SAS Format Data Sets
SAS SQL
SAS Output Delivery System
SAS Simulations
SAS Data Representation
SAS Histograms
SAS Bar Charts
SAS Pie Charts
SAS Scatterplots
SAS Boxplots
SAS Basic Statistical Procedure
SAS Arithmetic Mean
SAS Standard Deviation
SAS Frequency Distributions
SAS Cross Tabulations
SAS T Tests
SAS Correlation Analysis
SAS Linear Regression
SAS BlandAltman Analysis
SAS ChiSquare
SAS Fishers Exact Tests
SAS Repeated Measure Analysis
SAS OneWay Anova
SAS Hypothesis Testing
SAS Quick Guide
SAS Useful Resources
SAS Questions and Answers
SAS Discussion

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