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SAS is a likely choice for a person who manages complex data sets on a continuous basis. It is especially strong in analysis of variance (ANOVA), the general linear model, and their extensions. There are few statistical or graphic tasks that you cannot do in SAS. The programming could be a challenge to beginners, but often you find that SAS is a long way down the list on ease of use
Where to Find SAS?
SAS is installed on all seven computers in the Data & GIS Lab in Geisel and in some ACMS labs.
Complex Survey Data Analysis with SAS
Call Number: CRC e-book
Publication Date: 2016
Complex Survey Data Analysis with SAS® is an invaluable resource for applied researchers analyzing data generated from a sample design involving any combination of stratification, clustering, unequal weights, or finite population correction factors.
Call Number: Wiley e-book
Publication Date: 2017
For years, organizations have struggled to make sense out of their data. IT projects designed to provide employees with dashboards, KPIs, and business-intelligence tools often take a year or more to reach the finish line...if they get there at all. Click here to see the complete Wiley SAS and Business Series
SAS Tutorial by Dr. Dwight Galster
The tutorial is made by a professor of statistics in South Dakota State University. It offers topics from basic to advanced, with many straight-forward and easy-to-follow screen-shots and videos.
SAS Tutorial by UCLA
The tutorial is prepared by Academic Technology Services in UCLA. It has a Starter Kit
for beginners, and also topics for a range of data analysis models
SAS Online Doc
The official online help document for SAS 9.2, in from programming task, data management to various analytics. Base SAS(R) 9.2 Procedures Guide
gives details and examples to each SAS procedures.
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