Published March 13, 1997
by SAS Institute, Incorporated .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||40|
This book is intended for new or novice users of the SAS Output Delivery System. The documentation assumes familiarity with Base SAS programming and the SAS windowing environment. Although this familiarity is assumed, users who are not familiar will still be able to complete the tasks that are described in this Size: 2MB. To add tables to your Help, use the PRE tag and format the text manually by using blank spaces, vertical bars, dashes, and underscores as needed. For more details about developing and using user-defined Help, see Initializing and Configuring the SAS System in the SAS Companion for the CMS Environment. Windows and Commands in the SAS Windowing Environment Submitting a Program in the SAS Windowing Environment Reading the SAS Log Viewing and Printing the SAS Output Using SAS System Options Chapter 2 Getting Your Data into the SAS System. Methods for Getting Your Data into the SAS System. CHAPTER 1 Getting Started Using SAS Software The SAS Language 2 SAS Data Sets 4 The Two Parts of a SAS Program 6 The DATA Step’s Built-in Loop 8 Choosing a Mode for Submitting SAS Programs 10 Windows and Commands in the SAS Windowing Environment 12 Submitting a Program in the SAS Windowing Environment .
Using This Book Getting Started with the SAS ADX Interface for Design of Experiments is intended to ﬁrst access the SAS System from your desktop. Then select Solutions → Analysis → Design of Experiments from the main menu in the SAS windowing environment. The purpose of this post is to help you understand the fundamentals of SAS programming environment and language. It is intended to give first time users an idea about the SAS software and how to access it and get you up and ready with SAS programming. Getting Started in SAS: Let's look at a simple SAS . Submitting a Program in the SAS Windowing Environment 14 Reading the SAS Log 16 Viewing Your Results 18 SAS Data Libraries 20 Viewing Data Sets in the Viewtable Window 22 Viewing the Properties of Data Sets with SAS Explorer 24 Using SAS System Options 26 From The Little SAS® Book, Fifth Edition. Full book. There's a good deal of information publicly available and if you go to , you will notice on the left hand navigation menu, there is a menu choice called "Knowledge Base" -- under that there is a direct "Documentation" link and also "Samples and SAS Notes" -- the doc and the SAS .
Getting Started with the SAS System in the MVS Environment, Version 6, First Edition SAS Companion for the CMS Environment, Version 8 Order #CW To order SAS Institute Publications, call SAS Institute book . This book is the perfect guide for users who have little or no experience with the SAS System under MVS. This task-oriented introduction covers basic concepts such as interactive processing versus batch processing, data set organization, SAS files versus external files, file management, the windowing environment. 4 Getting Started The normal opening SAS screen is divided into three visible windows. The top right window is the Log window, and at the bottom right is the third window, which appears as a vertical element on the left, is called the SAS Explorer/ Results window. There are other SAS . When SAS was rewritten in C in the s, the original interface with SAS, which again still exists and is used today, was called the SAS Display Management System (DMS). Today, DMS is referred to as the SAS windows environment.