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 from Belgium and the Netherlands, with many years of experience using SAS.
After the plenary opening session you can participate in several interesting sessions of your choice. During the day our trainers are available for Ask the Expert sessions where you can bring your own issues and get help on your specific questions. After the plenary closing session we will be happy to offer you the opportunity to network with your peers during the networking reception.
This day is the ultimate opportunity for Tips & Tricks for Programming and Analytics. Seats are limited, don't miss this event and register now!
Early bird price
Register before 31 July and you can participate the conference for € 380,-. Use promo code EBLC during the registration.
To see the complete program and agenda of the Learning Conference, please visit our website.
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Essential Data Analysis Using SAS Studio Tasks: A Point-and-Click Approach
In this course, you gain introductory knowledge into exploratory data analysis using SAS Studio tasks that execute the FREQ, MEANS, and UNIVARIATE procedures. The course focuses on the differences among these procedures as well as output interpretation. Introductory statistics terminology is also discussed.
Time Series Modeling Essentials
The course covers the fundamentals of modeling time series data, and focuses on the applied use of the three main model types used to analyze univariate time series: exponential smoothing, autoregressive integrated moving average with exogenous variables (ARIMAX), and unobserved components (UCM).
Exploring SAS Studio for SAS Programmers
This course provides an introduction to SAS Studio for experienced SAS programmers. SAS Studio is an interface that enables users to write and submit SAS programs and use snippets and tasks to generate SAS code.
The self-study e-learning includes: