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Getting Started with SAS® Programming, SAS

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About this Course

This course is for users who want to learn how to write SAS programs to access, explore, prepare, and analyze data. It is the entry point to learning SAS programming for data science, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. It is a prerequisite to many other SAS courses. By the end of this course, you will know how to use SAS Studio to write and submit SAS programs that access SAS, Microsoft Excel, and text data. You will know how to explore and validate data, prepare data by subsetting rows and computing new columns, analyze and report on data, export data and results to other formats, use SQL in SAS to query and join tables. Prerequisites: Learners should have experience using computer software. Specifically, you should be able to understand file structures and system commands on your operating systems and access data files on your operating systems. No prior SAS experience is needed....
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7 Reviews

By Cemile S

Dec 09, 2018

Great course for SAS basics.

By Faisal Hareeri

Dec 01, 2018

Excellent instructor

By vignaux

Nov 30, 2018

Great and smart course !

By SAYANTA SINGHA ROY

Nov 28, 2018

Great course for the learners who do not have any programming experience. This course is a hand holding techinique where anyone can learn the programming easily. The practise Exercise were great to brush up. I like the course very much. Thank You! Coursera. KEEP IT UP!.

By Belayneh Desta

Nov 26, 2018

Excellent Course!

By Vania Yareli Carmona Tinajero

Nov 12, 2018

A great course to start learning SAS Programming, great examples and practices trough the course.

By Kevin Yanwar

Nov 12, 2018

This is a great and fun course, especially for someone who wants to learn SAS programming. By completing this course, I feel that I have a solid basic foundation in SAS programming. In my opinion, the course is easy-to-follow, and presents the key materials in appropriate chunks.