Getting Started with SAS Studio: point-and-click and programming
This course provides an introduction to the SAS Studio interface and the SAS programming language. SAS Studio enables users to write and submit SAS programs and use point-and-click methods to create reports and graphs. We will exploit both methods during this course.Most people program in SAS by using an application on their PC desktop or SAS server. With SAS Studio you can write and run SAS code through your web browser on any device! With SAS Studio, you can access your data files, libraries, and existing programs and write new programs. SAS Studio uses SAS software behind the scenes and connects to a SAS server in order to process SAS commands. The SAS server can be a hosted server in a cloud environment, a server in your local environment or a copy of SAS on your local machine. After the code is processed, the results are returned to SAS Studio. For universitites and students SAS Studio is an excellent choice into the world and capabilities of SAS as it is free of charge with SAS University Edition. SAS Studio is an interface to SAS for everyone!Learn how to
Who should attendThose who want to use SAS Studio as an interface to SAS. The course is intended for users who are new to SAS or for experienced programmers who want to learn about SAS Studio, but no SAS programming experience is required.
There are no formal prerequisites for this course.
This course addresses SAS Studio software.
SAS Studio supports multiple web browsers, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer, Apple Safari, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome.
Getting Started with SAS Studio