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This is an all-day training workshop (with an hour break for lunch) provided by SAS company trainers.

This introduction to SAS Studio hands-on workshop shows how one can use the menu driven tasks and SAS code in SAS Studio to perform common reporting and research tasks: querying, reporting, and analyzing data. Several statistical procedures will be used to analyze data and produce reports. SAS Studio provides a SAS graphical point-and-click interface as well as code that helps you exploit the power of SAS and publish dynamic results in a Microsoft Windows client application. Demonstrations in the presentation will use research type data and tasks in illustrating the functionality of SAS Studio.

Attendees will learn how to:

  • access your data
  • combine tables
  • compute new variables
  • explore data with simple statistics and graphs
  • perform sophisticated statistical analyses with SAS Studio.

This course does not teach statistical concepts, but teaches how to use these tools in SAS Studio.

Who should attend:

Data, business, and statistical analysts who would like training to help get started with data access, management, and analysis 

Prerequisites: Attendees should have basic statistical knowledge (typically gained by having taken at least one basic statistics course).


Friday, September 8, 2017
9:00am - 5:00pm
Classroom 1
Downtown Campus Library
Data Services Workshops, Faculty Workshops, Graduate Workshops

Event Organizer

Mandy Swygart-Hobaugh