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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).

THIS WORKSHOP IS NOW FULL. If you registered prior to or on Thursday, August 24, and you received an email from SAS Global Academic Program saying "Thank you, we have received your registration," you are registered for the workshop.

THE WAITLIST IS NOW FULL. This workshop is sponsored and presented by SAS at no cost to GSU; consequently, we will not be offering this workshop again in the near future. If we determine that the workshop is successful and if SAS is willing to offer another free workshop in the future, we will consider scheduling it again.

Date:
Friday, September 8, 2017
Time:
9:00am - 5:00pm
Location:
Classroom 1
Campus:
Downtown Campus Library
Categories:
Data Services Workshops, Faculty Workshops, Graduate Workshops
Registration has closed.

Event Organizer

Mandy Swygart-Hobaugh