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9TO5SAS contains written and illustrated tutorials on SAS programming, data analytics, and statistics. 

Data set Options in SAS

Data set Options in SAS

In SAS the data set is the most important part of analyses, and it is crucial that you know all sorts of things about the data.
SAS has a multitude of data set options which will help you to accomplish your goals while working with the datasets.
Data set options are used to modify how a data set is either read or written. There are over three dozen of these options, and while you will generally only make use of a hand full of them, you should have a good idea of their scope.

Import Data into SAS

Methods to Import data into SAS

Importing data into SAS is one of the basic concepts you need to know in order to work with data manipulation or analytics. SAS can read data from almost any source. Common data sources can be raw text files, Microsoft Office Excel spreadsheets, Access databases, and some of the popular database systems such as DB2 and Oracle.

sas tutorials - base SAS programming

SAS Tutorials – Basics of SAS Programming

SAS is a software program used for advanced analytics, business intelligence, data management, and predictive analytics. SAS software can be used for both a graphical interface and the SAS programming language. Base SAS managed and manipulate the existing data for further analysis.

SAS libraries

Working with SAS libraries

Every SAS file is stored in a SAS library, which is a collection of SAS files such as SAS data sets and catalogs. In the Windows and UNIX environments, a SAS library is typically a group of SAS files in the same folder or directory.

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