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Q: Learning SAS basics ( Answered,   0 Comments )
Subject: Learning SAS basics
Category: Reference, Education and News
Asked by: pinakbhende-ga
List Price: $2.00
Posted: 28 Nov 2006 18:11 PST
Expires: 28 Dec 2006 18:11 PST
Question ID: 786364
Where can i learn basics of sas in atlanta at an affordable price? Do
any colleges offer short evening courses? Are the online companies
offering SAS tutorials any good?
Subject: Re: Learning SAS basics
Answered By: umiat-ga on 23 Dec 2006 07:39 PST
Hello, pinakbhende-ga! 

There is an SAS basics course in Atlanta on March 29, 2007

Introduction to Programming Concepts Using SAS Software
Classroom duration: 2.0 days   Live Web duration: 4 half-day sessions   CEU: 1.2

This Level I course is designed for beginning computer users. If you
have programming experience, you should take the SAS Programming I:
Essentials course instead.

Course Description
This entry-level course teaches you how to plan and write simple SAS
programs to solve common data analysis problems. Workshops are
included to provide practice running and debugging those programs in
an interactive SAS session. The course highlights reading input data,
creating simple list reports, creating simple summary reports,
defining new data columns, and executing code conditionally. For a
thorough understanding of programming concepts, this course should be
followed by the SAS Programming I: Essentials course. If you do not
plan to write SAS programs and prefer a menu-driven, point-and-click
approach, you should consider taking the Querying and Reporting Using
SAS Enterprise Guide course instead of this course.

See further description.....

To register for this course in the USA, call 1-800-333-7660 or visit This course is also available for on-site
training, or you can create a custom course by combining material from
several courses. For more details, contact SAS Education in Cary, NC
at 919-531-7321 or send e-mail to


I hope this helps!


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