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Countent of SAS Programming course
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SAS Programming

Class books will be supplied in the class, you only need have your own SAS software to take the class.

Summary

This SAS class is unique not only because all the base SAS programming skills are taught in the class but also because the content includes how to access Oracle and SQL Server databases from SAS (this topic is not taught in other SAS base classes or books) and how to use SAS PROC SQL. After completing the courses of this class, the students should have the ability to import and export raw data files, manipulate and transform data, combine SAS data sets, create basic detail and summary reports using SAS procedures, and identify and correct data syntax and programming logic errors. The students should also be familiar with the enhancements and new functionality that are available in SAS 9

The course includes 10 sessions, each session is 4 hours class, taught by top SAS expert in Silicon Valley.

You need have SAS software installed on your PC before start this course.

SAS Course Content

CHAPTER 1 Getting Started with SAS

1.1  The SAS Language   

1.2  SAS Datasets

1.3  SAS Program   

1.4  The SAS DATA Steps

1.5  Choosing a Mode for Submitting SAS Programs 

1.6  Reading the SAS Log   

1.7  Viewing Your Results in the Output Window   

1.8  SAS Data Libraries

1.9  Using SAS System Options

 

CHAPTER 2  Getting Data into SAS

2.1       Methods for Getting the Data into SAS         

2.2       Where SAS Finds the Raw Data

2.3       Reading Raw Data Separated by Spaces 

2.4       Reading Raw Data Arranged in Columns 

2.5       Reading Raw Data Not in Standard Format   

2.6       Selected Informats   

2.7       Mixing Input Styles   

2.8       Controlling Input with Options in the INFILE Statement   

2.9       Reading Delimited Files with the DATA Step   

2.10     Reading Delimited Files with the IMPORT Procedure   

2.11     Reading PC Files with the IMPORT Procedure   

2.12     Temporary versus Permanent SAS Data Sets   

2.13     Using Permanent SAS Data Sets with LIBNAME Statements   

2.14     Using Permanent SAS Data Sets by Direct Referencing   

2.15     Listing the Contents of a SAS Data Set 

 

CHAPTER 3  Working with SAS Data

3.1       Creating and Redefining Variables   

3.2       Using SAS Functions   

3.3       Selected SAS Functions   

3.4       Using IF-THEN Statements   

3.5       Grouping Observations with IF-THEN/ELSE Statements   

3.6       Using SELECT-WHEN Statement

3.7       Subsetting Your Data   

3.8       Working with SAS Dates   

3.9       Selected Date Informats, Functions, and Formats 

3.10     Colon Modifier, Symbol @ and @@ in the INPUT statement

3.11     Using the RETAIN and Sum Statements   

3.12     Simplifying Programs with Arrays   

 

CHAPTER 4  Sorting, Printing, and Summarizing the SAS Data

4.1       Using SAS Procedures   

4.2       Subsetting in Procedures with the WHERE Statement   

4.3       Sorting Your Data with PROC SORT   

4.4       Printing Your Data with PROC PRINT   

4.5       Changing the Appearance of Printed Values with Formats   

4.6       Selected Standard Formats   

4.7       Creating Your Own Formats Using PROC FORMAT   

4.8       Writing Simple Custom Reports   

4.9       Summarizing Your Data Using PROC MEANS  and PROC SUMMARY

4.10     Writing Summary Statistics to a SAS Data Set   

4.11     Counting Your Data with PROC FREQ   

4.12     Producing Tabular Reports with PROC TABULATE   

4.13     Adding Statistics to PROC TABULATE Output   

4.14     Enhancing the Appearance of PROC TABULATE Output   

4.15     Changing Headers in PROC TABULATE Output   

4.16     Specifying Multiple Formats for Data Cells in PROC TABULATE Output 

4.17     Producing Simple Output with PROC REPORT   

4.18     Using DEFINE Statements in PROC REPORT   

4.19     Creating Summary Reports with PROC REPORT   

4.20     Adding Summary Breaks to PROC REPORT Output 

4.21     Adding Statistics to PROC REPORT Output   

4.22     Producing Descriptive Statistics using PROC UNIVARIATE

 

CHAPTER 5  Modifying and Combining SAS Data Sets

5.1       Modifying a Data Set Using the SET Statement   

5.2       Concatenating Data Sets Using the SET Statement   

5.3       Interleaving Data Sets Using the SET Statement   

5.4       Combining Data Sets Using the SET Statement

5.5       Combining Data Sets Using a One-to-One Match Merge   

5.6       Combining Data Sets Using a One-to-Many Match Merge   

5.7       Merging Summary Statistics with the Original Data 

5.8       Combining a Grand Total with the Original Data   

5.9       Using SET Statement and ARRAY to change the values of variables

5.10     Using SET Statement and ARRAY to create multiple observations from a single observation

5.11     Using SET Statement and ARRAY to create a single observation from multiple observations

5.12     Updating a Master Data Set with Transactions   

5.13     Using SAS Data Set Options   

5.14     Tracking and Selecting Observations with the IN= Option   

5.15     Writing Multiple Data Sets Using the OUTPUT Statement   

5.16     Making Several Observations from One Using the OUTPUT Statement   

5.17     Changing Observations to Variables Using PROC TRANSPOSE   

5.18     Using SAS Automatic Variables

 

CHAPTER 6  Exporting SAS Data

6.1       Methods for Exporting Your Data   

6.2       Writing Files Using the Export Wizard and SAS EG 

6.3       Writing Delimited Files with the EXPORT Procedure   

6.4       Writing PC Files with the EXPORT Procedure   

6.5       Writing Raw Data Files with the DATA Step   

6.6       Writing Delimited and HTML Files using ODS   

 

CHAPTER 7  Using Basic Statistical Procedures

7.1       Examining the Distribution of Data with PROC UNIVARIATE 

7.2       Producing Statistics with PROC MEANS 

7.3       Testing Categorical Data with PROC FREQ 

7.4       Examining Correlations with PROC CORR 

7.5       Using PROC REG for Simple Regression Analysis 

7.6       Reading the Output of PROC REG 

7.7       Using PROC ANOVA for One-Way Analysis of Variance 

7.8       Reading the Output of PROC ANOVA

7.9       Using SAS EG for Statistical Analysis

7.10     Using SAS Add-Ins to Excel for Statistical Analysis

 

CHAPTER 8  SQL Processing With SAS

8.1       SAS proc SQL Concepts   

8.2       Generate reports using PROC SQL and the appropriate options

8.3       Construct subqueries within a PROC SQL step

8.4       Compare the SQL procedure versus traditional SAS programming techniques

8.5       Access Dictionary Tables using the SQL procedure

8.6       Joining Tables horizontally

8.7       Combining Tables vertically using Set Operations in PROC SQL

8.8       Creating and Managing Tables using PROC SQL

8.9       Creating Index using PROC SQL

8.10     PROC SQL Views

8.11     Defining  Integrity Constraints

8.12     SAS/ACCESS connection with relational database 

8.13     SQL Procedures Pass-Through Facility

 

CHAPTER 9  SAS Macro Facility

9.1       Macro Concepts   

9.2       Substituting Text with Macro Variables 

9.3       Introduction to Automatic Macro Variables

9.4       Creating Macro Programs

9.5       Interfaces to the Macro Facility

9.6       Macro Statements and Macro Functions

9.7       System Options

9.8       Storing Macro Programs

9.9       A Stepwise Methods for Writing Macro Programs
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