ch01SAS - Using SAS The SAS system uses three windows...

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Using SAS The SAS system uses three windows: Editor – The SAS program (instructions for analysis) belong here Log - road map of what went on, error messages appear here Output (Listing) - The results of the program are placed here SAS Program Data Step – establishes the data set for analysis Procedure – defines an action or computation to be made on the data set A program consists of a series of data steps and procedures to be executed in sequence. ALL SAS STATEMENTS END WITH A SEMICOLON
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A First Program data Toluca; input lotsize workhrs; datalines; 80 399 30 121 50 221 90 376 70 361 60 224 120 546 80 352 100 353 50 157 40 160 70 252 90 389 20 113 110 435 100 420 30 212 50 268 90 377 110 421 30 273 90 468 40 244 80 342 70 323 ; proc print; run; proc reg; model workhrs= lotsize/p r; plot workhrs*lotsize; run; If you are on a PC you may have be able to use the class data sets as they were designed by the text publisher. They suggest transferring the data from the data disk that came with the text to a storage file, eg creating directories on the C: drive, then specifying a path to the data needed. The data sets for the exercises are in the KutnerData file folder.
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1 The SAS System NOTE: Copyright (c) 2002-2003 by SAS Institute Inc., Cary, NC, USA. NOTE: SAS (r) 9.1 (TS1M3)
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This note was uploaded on 12/02/2009 for the course STA 4210 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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ch01SAS - Using SAS The SAS system uses three windows...

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