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1 EXST 7005 Fall 2010 Lab #1: Introduction to Basic SAS Operations TA: Suping Zhang Email: szhang5@tigers.lsu.edu Office: Room 71A, Ag Admin Building LAB POLICY Each lab report is worth 10 points. Usually, lab reports are due at the beginning of the next lab. If your lab report is late, you will lose 1 point for each day after the due time. For each lab report, please make your name, section number and due date clear on the first page. Each lab report should conclude three parts: 1) your answers to the questions (when applicable), 2) SAS output (not all of it, only the parts which are directly related to your answers) and 3) SAS log. OVERVIEW OF SAS In SAS there are three main windows: Program Editor, Log, and Output. Program Editor: where you type in your SAS program. Log: gives you information about possible errors in your SAS program. Output: gives you a printout of what your SAS program did. SAS PROGRAM A SAS program mainly consists of the following parts: optional step; data statement; proc steps; OPTIONAL STEP dm 'log;clear;output;clear'; title "Exam1 grades"; options nodate nocenter pageno=1 ls=78 ps=55; 1) The first statement above tells SAS to clear the log and output windows each time
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