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Author Cody, Ronald P., author.

Title An introduction to SAS university edition / Ron Cody.

Publication Info. Cary, NC : SAS Institute Inc., [2015]
2015

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Description 1 online resource.
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
Note Includes index.
Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed September 17, 2015).
Summary Aimed at beginners who have downloaded the free SAS University Edition and want to either use the point-and-click interactive environment of SAS Studio, or who want to write their own SAS programs, or both, this book begins by showing you how to obtain the SAS University Edition, and how you can run SAS on a PC or Macintosh computer. Topics include: performing basic tasks, such as producing a report, summarizing data, producing charts and graphs, and using the SAS Studio built-in tasks; performing basic statistical tests using the interactive point-and-click environment; how to write your own SAS programs, and how to use SAS procedures to perform a variety of tasks; how to read data from a variety of sources: text files, Excel workbooks, and CSV files. In order to get familiar with the SAS Studio environment, this book also shows you how to access dozens of interesting data sets that are included with the product. -- Edited summary from book.
Contents Intro; Contents; List of Programs; About This Book; About The Author; Acknowledgments; Part 1: Getting Acquainted with the SAS Studio Environment; Chapter 1: Introduction to the SAS University Edition; Introduction: An Overview of SAS and the SAS University Edition; Obtaining Your Free Copy of SAS; Step 1: Download VirtualBox and Create the ""myfolders"" Folder on your Computer; Step 2: Download SAS University Edition; Step 3: Configure VirtualBox and Set up the Shared Folder; Step 4: Use -- Start University Edition; Conclusion; Chapter 2: The SAS Studio Interface; Introduction
Exploring the Built-In Data SetsSorting Your Data; Switching Between Column Names and Column Labels; Resizing Tables; Creating Filters; Conclusion; Chapter 3: Importing Your Own Data; Introduction; Exploring the Utilities Tab; Importing Data from an Excel Workbook; Listing the SAS Data Set; Importing an Excel Workbook with Invalid SAS Variable Names; Importing an Excel Workbook That Does Not Have Variable Names; Importing Data from a CSV File; Conclusion; Chapter 4: Creating Reports; Introduction; Using the List Data Task to Create a Simple Listing; Filtering Data; Sorting Data
Outputting PDF and RTF FilesJoining Tables (Using the Query Window); Conclusion; Chapter 5: Summarizing Data Using SAS Studio; Introduction; Summarizing Numeric Variables; Adding a Classification Variable; Summarizing Character Variables; Conclusion; Chapter 6: Graphing Data; Introduction; Creating a Frequency Bar Chart; Adding a Group Variable; Creating a Pie Chart; Creating a Scatter Plot; Conclusion; Part 2: Learning How to Write Your Own SAS Programs; Chapter 7: An Introduction to SAS Programming; SAS as a Programming Language; The SAS Studio Programming Windows; Your First SAS Program
How the DATA Step WorksHow the INPUT Statement Works; Reading Delimited Data; How Procedures (PROCS) Work; How SAS Works: A Look Inside the #x80;#x9C;Black Box#x80;#x9D;; Conclusion; Chapter 8: Reading Data from External Files; Introduction; Reading Data Values Separated by Delimiters; Reading Data in Fixed Columns; Reading Excel Files; Conclusion; Problems; Chapter 9: Reading and Writing SAS Data Sets; What's a SAS Data Set?; Temporary versus Permanent SAS Data Sets; Shared Folders: Communicating between Your Virtual Computer and Your Real Computer; Creating a Shared Folder and Reading Data from It
Creating a Permanent SAS Data SetReading from a Permanent SAS Data Set; Conclusion; Problems; Chapter 10: Creating Formats and Labels; What Is a SAS Format and Why Is It Useful?; Using SAS Built-in Formats; More Examples to Demonstrate How to Write Formats; Describing the Difference between a FORMAT Statement in a Procedure and a FORMAT Statement in a DATA Step; Making Your Formats Permanent; Creating Variable Labels; Conclusion; Problems; Chapter 11: Performing Conditional Processing; Introduction; Grouping Age Using Conditional Processing; Using Conditional Logic to Check for Data Errors
Subject SAS (Computer file)
SAS (Computer file) (OCoLC)fst01364029
Electronic data processing -- Data preparation.
Statistics -- Data processing.
Mathematical statistics -- Data processing.
MATHEMATICS / Applied
MATHEMATICS / Probability & Statistics / General
Statistics -- Data processing (OCoLC)fst01132113
Electronic data processing -- Data preparation. (OCoLC)fst00906984
Mathematical statistics -- Data processing. (OCoLC)fst01012133
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Other Form: Print version: Cody, Ronald P. Introduction to SAS university edition. Cary, North Carolina : SAS Institute, 2015 9781629597706
ISBN 9781629600109 electronic bk.
1629600105 electronic bk.
9781629597706
9781629600079
1629600075
9781629600086
1629600083
1629597708
9781629597706
Standard No. DEBBG BV043020534
DEBSZ 455701059
GBVCP 882847589

 
    
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