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BELOW IS THE DETAILED COURSE CONTENT FOR SAS TRAINING

  • INTRODUCTION TO SAS AND BASIC CONCEPTS (PART 1)
    • What is SAS System?
    • An Overview of the SAS System
  • WORKING IN THE SAS ENVIRONMENT
    • Use the five main SAS windows: the Explorer, Program Editor, Log, Output, and Results windows
    • Use Enhanced Editor windows
    • Manage your SAS windows
    • Create SAS libraries
    • Explore and manage SAS files
    • Enter and submit SAS programs
    • Create and use file shortcuts
  • BASIC CONCEPTS
    • The structure and components of SAS programs
    • The steps involved in processing SAS programs
    • The structure and components of SAS data sets
    • Temporary and permanent SAS libraries
    • Reading the SAS Log
    • Using SAS System Options

    GETTING YOUR DATA INTO SAS (PART 2)

  • READING RAW DATA
    • Reference a SAS data library
    • Reference a raw data file
    • Name a SAS data set to be created
    • Specify a raw data file to be read
    • Read standard character and numeric values in fixed fields
    • Submit and verify a data step program
    • Subset data.
  • READING RAW DATA IN FIXED FIELDS
    • Distinguish between standard and nonstandard numeric data
    • Read standard fixed-field data
    • Read nonstandard fixed-field data
  • READING FREE-FORMAT DATA
    • Free-format data, or data that is not organized in fixed fields
    • Free-format data separated by nonblank delimiters, such as commas
    • Free-format data that contains missing values
    • Character values that exceed eight characters
    • Nonstandard free-format data
    • Character values that contain embedded blanks
    • Controlling input with options in the infile statement.
  • READING DATE AND TIME VALUES
    • How SAS software stores date and time values
    • To read common date and time expressions using SAS informats
    • How to handle two-digit date values
  • CREATING A SINGLE OBSERVATION FROM MULTIPLE RECORDS
    • Read multiple records in a sequential order and create a single observation
    • Read multiple records in any order to create a single observation.
  • CREATING MULTIPLE OBSERVATIONS FROM A SINGLE RECORD
    • Create multiple observations from a single record that contains repeating blocks of data
    • Hold the current record across iterations of the data step
    • Hold the current record for the next input statement
    • Execute sas statements based on a variable’s value
    • Explicitly write an observation to a data set
    • Execute sas statements while a condition is true.

    WORKING WITH YOUR SAS DATA (PART 3)

  • UNDERSTANDING DATA STEP PROCESSING
    • Identify the two phases that occur when a DATA step is processed
    • Identify the processing phase in which an error occurs
    • Debug SAS DATA steps.
  • READING, CONCATENATING AND MERGING SAS DATA SETS
    • Create a new data set from one or more existing data sets
    • Select observations based on a condition
    • Select variables to include or exclude
    • Using if-then statements
    • Grouping observations with if-then/else statements
    • Sub-setting your data
    • Selected date informats, functions, and formats
    • Using the retain and sum statements
    • Using shortcuts for lists of variable names
    • Using sas data set options
    • Tracking and selecting observations with the in= option
    • Writing multiple data sets using the output statement
    • Making several observations from one using the output statement
    • Using sas automatic variable (_n_ , _error_,)
  • TRANSFORMING DATA WITH SAS FUNCTIONS
    • Convert character data to numeric data
    • Convert numeric data to character data
    • Create sas date values
    • Extract the month and year from a sas date value
    • Extract, edit, and search character variable values.
  • DEBUGGING AND TESTING DATA STEPS
    • How SAS processes a DATA step
    • How to debug a DATA step
    • How to test your programs.
  • GENERATING DATA WITH DO LOOPS
    • Construct a DO loop to perform repetitive calculations
    • Control the execution of a DO loop
    • Generate multiple observations in one iteration of the DATA step
    • Construct nested DO loops.
  • PROCESSING VARIABLES WITH ARRAYS
    • Group variables into one- and two-dimensional arrays
    • Perform an action on array elements
    • Create new variables using an array statement
    • Assign initial values to array elements
    • Create temporary array elements using an array statement
  • EDITING AND DEBUGGING SAS PROGRAMS
    • Include a stored SAS program
    • Edit SAS programs
    • Clear SAS programming windows
    • Interpret error messages in the SAS log
    • Correct errors
    • Resolve common problems.

    USING SAS PROCEDURES (PART 4)

  • CREATING LIST REPORTS
    • Specify SAS data sets to print
    • Select variables and observations to print
    • Specify column totals for numeric variables
    • Sort data by values of one or more variables
    • Assign descriptive labels to variables
    • Double space SAS listing output.
  • CREATING TABULAR REPORTS
    • The variables to appear in your table
    • The statistic to be computed for each variable
    • The arrangement of statistics and variables in the table
    • Additional features such as formats for values in the table, column and row totals, and labels for statistics and a summary variable
    • Creating Plots
    • Creating Bar and Pie Charts
    • Enhancing Reports
    • Enhancing and Exporting Charts and Plots
    • Enhancing and Exporting Charts and Plots
    • Enhancing Your Output with ODS
    • Creating SAS Data Sets from Procedure Output
    • Using ODS Statements to Create HTML
    • Using ODS Statements to Create RTF, PDF
  • SAS PROCEDURES
    • APPEND Procedure
    • COMPARE Procedure
    • CONTENTS Procedure
    • DATASETS Procedure
    • EXPORT Procedure
    • FORMAT Procedure
    • FREQ Procedure
    • IMPORT Procedure
    • MEANS Procedure
    • PLOT Procedure
    • PRINT Procedure
    • PRINTTO Procedure
    • REPORT Procedure
    • SORT Procedure
    • SUMMARY Procedure
    • TABULATE Procedure
    • TRANSPOSE Procedure
    • UNIVARIATE Procedure

    ADVANCED SAS

    SAS / MACROS PART 1

  • UNDERSTANDING THE CONCEPTS AND FEATURES OF MACRO PROGRAMMING
    • What Is the SAS Macro Facility?
    • What Are the Advantages of the SAS Macro Facility?
    • Where Can the SAS Macro Facility Be Used?
    • Examples of the SAS Macro Facility
  • MECHANICS OF MACRO PROCESSING
    • SAS Processing without Macro Activity
    • Comparing Macro Language Processing and SAS Language Processing
    • Processing a SAS Program That Contains Macro Language
  • MACRO VARIABLES
    • Basic Concepts of Macro Variables
    • Referencing Macro Variables
    • Understanding Macro Variable Resolution and the Use of Single and Double Quotation Marks
    • Displaying Macro Variable Values
    • Understanding Automatic Macro Variables
    • Understanding User-Defined Macro Variables
    • Combining Macro Variables with Text
    • Referencing Macro Variables Indirectly
  • MACRO PROGRAMS
    • Creating Macro Programs
    • Executing a Macro Program
    • Displaying Notes about Macro Program Compilation in the SAS Log
    • Displaying Messages about Macro Program Processing in the SAS Log
    • Passing Values to a Macro Program through Macro Parameters
  • UNDERSTANDING MACRO SYMBOL TABLES AND THE
    • Processing of Macro Programs
    • Understanding Macro Symbol Tables
    • Processing of Macro Programs
  • MACRO LANGUAGE FUNCTIONS
    • Macro Character Functions
    • Macro Evaluation Functions
    • Macro Quoting Functions
  • MACRO EXPRESSIONS AND MACRO PROGRAMMING STATEMENTS
    • Constructing Macro Expressions
    • Conditional Processing with the Macro Language
    • Iterative Processing with the Macro Language
    • Branching in Macro Processing
    • Masking Special Characters and Mnemonic Operators
    • Illustrating the Need for Macro Quoting Functions
    • Describing the Commonly Used Macro Quoting Functions

    PART 2 APPLYING YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF MACRO PROGRAMMING

    • Storing and Reusing Macro Programs
    • Debugging Macro Programming
    • Understanding the Types of Errors That Can Occur in Macro Programming
    • Examples of Solving Errors in Macro Programming
  • A STEPWISE METHOD FOR WRITING MACRO PROGRAMS
    • Building a Macro Program in Four Steps
    • Applying the Four Steps to an Example
  • SAS / SQL INTRODUCTION TO THE SQL PROCEDURE
    • What Is SQL?
    • What Is the SQL Procedure?
    • Terminology
    • Comparing PROC SQL with the SAS DATA Step
  • RETRIEVING DATA FROM A SINGLE TABLE
    • Overview of the SELECT Statement
    • Selecting Columns in a Table
    • Creating New Columns
    • Sorting Data
    • Retrieving Rows That Satisfy a Condition
    • Summarizing Data
    • Grouping Data
    • Filtering Grouped Data
    • Validating a Query
  • CREATING AND UPDATING TABLES
    • Creating Tables
    • Inserting Rows into Tables
    • Updating Data Values in a Table
    • Deleting Rows
    • Altering Columns
    • Deleting a Table
    • Using SQL Procedure Tables in SAS Software
    • Using PROC SQL with the SAS Macro Facility
    • Creating and Using Macro Variables in SQL

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