SAS Class Presentation1

SAS Class Presentation1 - Statistical Analysis Software SAS...

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Statistical Analysis Software SAS An Overview
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Chapter 1 Introduction
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Objectives Understand the structure and design of the SAS System. Introduce the course scenario.
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Base SAS Reporting and Graphics Analytical Visualization and Discovery Data Access and Management Business Solutions User Interfaces Application Development Web Enablement Components of the SAS System
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The functionality of the SAS System is built around the four data-driven tasks common to virtually any application: 1. data access 2. data management 3. data analysis 4. data presentation. Data-Driven Tasks
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Process of delivering meaningful information: 80% data-related access scrub transform manage store and retrieve 20% analysis . Turning Data into Information
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DATA  Step SAS  Data   Sets Data PROC  Steps Information Turning Data into Information
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PC PC Workstation Workstation Servers / Midrange Mainframe Mainframe Super Computer 90% independent 10% dependent MultiVendor Architecture Design of the SAS System
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MultiEngine Architecture Design of the SAS System DATA INGRES SYBASE INFORMIX ORACLE dBase Rdb DB2
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In this course, you will be working with business data from International Airlines (IA). The various kinds of data IA maintains are flight data passenger data cargo data employee data revenue data. Course Scenario
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Some tasks you will be performing are: importing data creating a list of employees producing a frequency table of job codes summarizing data creating a report of salary information. Course Scenario
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Chapter 2 Getting Started with the SAS System
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Section 2.1 Introduction to SAS Programs
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State the components of a SAS program. State the modes in which you can run a SAS program. Objectives
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DATA steps are typically used to create SAS data sets. PROC steps are typically used to process SAS data sets (that is, generate reports and graphs, edit data, and sort data). A SAS program is a sequence of steps that the user submits for execution. Raw Data DATA Step Report SAS Data  Set SAS Data  Set PROC Step SAS Programs
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data work.staff; infile ' raw-data-file '; input LastName $ 1-20 FirstName $ 21-30 JobTitle $ 36-43 Salary 54-59; run; proc print data=work.staff; run; proc means data=work.staff; class JobTitle; var Salary; run; DATA Step PROC Steps SAS Programs
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SAS steps begin with a DATA statement PROC statement. SAS detects the end of a step when it encounters a RUN statement (for most steps) a QUIT statement (for some procedures) the beginning of another step (DATA statement or PROC statement). Step Boundaries
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data work.staff; infile ' raw-data-file '; input LastName $ 1-20 FirstName $ 21-30 JobTitle $ 36-43 Salary 54-59; run; proc print data=work.staff; Run; proc means data=work.staff; class JobTitle; var Salary; run; Step Boundaries
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interactive windowing mode (SAS windowing environment) interactive menu-driven mode (Enterprise Guide, SAS/ ASSIST, SAS/AF, or SAS/EIS software) batch mode noninteractive mode. Running a SAS Program
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This note was uploaded on 07/15/2011 for the course ECO 2023 taught by Professor Mr.raza during the Summer '10 term at FAU.

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