SAS Learning Conference - Do more with Programming & Analytics
We would like to invite you to a different way of learning SAS.
We do it in shorter time, covering more topics, lot's of hands-on exercises and get closer to your specific SAS-challenges.
Experts at Your Service
The instructors at the event are some of our most experienced colleagues in the Nordics, with many years of experience using SAS.
The learning day has two tracks and the possibility to Ask-the-experts.
In the first two we have shorter presentations of approximately one hour with handouts and hands-on exercises for selected sessions to underpin that you can bring the main points with you home. For the Ask-the-experts sessions, you can bring you own issues and get help on your specific questions.
This day is the ultimate possiblility for Tips & Tricks for Programming and Analytics.
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SAS Programming Series
Workshop 6 - Macro
Workshops with modern development environments and tools
SAS® Enterprise Guide®, SAS® Studio, SAS® Graph, ODS and Reports
Over the years our teachers at SAS have received questions about extra functionality when writing programs in SAS. All these questions are the foundation for these workshops we have created. These workshops will give you new tools and knowledge that will help you write SAS-programs in a more modern way.
Workshop 6 - Macro
How does it work
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Introduction to SAS Visual Statistics
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SAS Enterprise Guide and SAS Studio Update Workshop – from version 4.2 to 7.1
Exploring SAS Studio for SAS Programmers
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The self-study e-learning includes: