SAS MASTER COURSE
SAS BASE PROGRAMMING BEGINNER TO ADVANCED
When you complete the SAS Base Programming courses, you will have demonstrated skills in manipulating and transforming data, combining SAS data sets, creating basic detail and summary reports using SAS procedures and identifying and correcting data, syntax and programming logic errors.
SAS PREDICTIVE MODELLING
This course covers the content of both SAS Data Integration Studio: Essentials and SAS Data Integration Studio: Additional Topics. It introduces and expands the knowledge of SAS Data Integration Studio and includes topics for registering sources and targets; creating and working with jobs; and working with transformations. This course also covers information on working with slowly changing dimensions, working with the Loop transformations, and defining new transformations. Targeted towards Data integration developers and data integration architects
Traditional SAS output is designed for a traditional line–printer. This type of output has limitations that prevent you from getting the most value from your results. SAS ODS is designed to overcome the limitations of traditional SAS output. It provides a method of delivering output in a variety of formats and makes the formatted output easy to access.With ODS, you can create various file types including HTML, Rich Text Format (RTF), PostScript (PS), Portable Document Format (PDF), and SAS data sets.
SAS PROC SQL
Students who take this course will acquire a deeper understanding of the SAS System and especially the SQL procedure. This understanding will help the student to write more efficient programs as well as utilize more features of the SQL procedure. In some cases, this translates to writing more concise programs
Macros allow you to make a change in one location of your program, so that SAS can cascade the change throughout your program Macros allow you to write a section of code once and use it over and over again, in the same program or even different programs. Macros allow you to make programs data driven, letting SAS decide what to do based on actual data values.
This course is for SAS software users who perform statistical analyses using SAS/STAT software. The focus is on t tests, ANOVA, and linear regression, and includes a brief introduction to logistic regression