This course is for users who do not have SAS programming experience but need to access, manage, and summarize data from different sources, and present results in reports and graphs.
This course focuses on using the menu-driven tasks in SAS Enterprise Guide, the point-and-click interface to SAS, to create queries and reports. It does not address writing SAS code or statistical concepts. The classroom course includes content from the SAS Enterprise Guide 2: Advanced Tasks and Querying course and serves as a prerequisite for the Creating Reports and Graphs with SAS Enterprise Guide course and the SAS Enterprise Guide: ANOVA, Regression, and Logistic Regression course, which teaches statistical concepts using SAS Enterprise Guide.
• introducing SAS Enterprise Guide
• course scenarios
Working with Data in a Project
• understanding the SAS data structure
• accessing SAS and DBMS data
• importing data files
Getting Started with Tasks
• introduction to tasks and wizards
• creating a frequency report
• generating HTML, PDF, and RTF output
• creating a listing report
• filtering data in a task
• creating a graph
Creating Simple Queries
• filtering and sorting data
• creating new columns with an expression
• grouping and summarizing data in a query
• joining tables
Creating Summarized Output
• generating summary statistics
• creating a summary report with the Summary Tables task
Using Prompts in Tasks and Queries
• prompting in projects
• creating and using prompts in tasks
• creating and using prompts in queries
Customizing and Organizing Project Results
• combining results
• updating and organizing projects
• SAS resources
• beyond this course
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This course is designed for users with no programming experience or SAS knowledge. Before attending this course, you should be familiar with Windows and other software, such as Microsoft Office or spreadsheet programs.
This course addresses SAS Enterprise Guide software.
This course is designed for end users with no programming experience or SAS knowledge. Before attending this course, you should be familiar with Windows and other software, such as Microsoft Office or spreadsheet programs.