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SAS for Categorical Data Copyright © 2004 Leland Stanford Junior University. All rights reserved. Warning: This presentation is protected by copyright law and international treaties. Unauthorized reproduction of this presentation, or any portion of it, may result in severe civil and criminal penalties and will be prosecuted to maximum extent possible under the law.
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SAS SAS is a huge integrated data management and  analysis suite.  It takes years to master 20% of  SAS. Most people take weeks if not months to get  comfortable working with it. The course I teach has online slides which  demonstrate how to do categorical data analyses  as well as data management.   Topic 0 has information on using SAS as a calculator.
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Using SAS When you start SAS in a windowing environment  you automatically have access to at least 4  windows.  The (enhanced) program editor is a place where you  type instructions to SAS. The log window gives you feedback on how SAS  interprets your work. The output window displays any printed results from  your request. There is also a two pained window.  One, Explorer,  allows you to look at data sets.  The other, Results,  acts like a hyperlinked table of contents for the output  window.
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Telling SAS what to do.
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