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Power User's Guide to SAS Programming
Power User's Guide to SAS Programming by Philip R Holland
Power User's Guide to SAS Programming brings together a wealth of ideas about strategic and tactical solutions to everyday situations experienced when transferring, extracting, processing and reporting data. Most of the solutions can be achieved using the SAS components you already license, so you won't need to throw money at the problems.
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You'll learn about the following:
- balance processing and maintenance efficiency when programming in SAS
- implement a simple data warehouse using just Base SAS
- use ODS to create spreadsheets, generate report files in parallel, and replay reports
- use R to create content for SAS ODS reports
- access SAS ODS through the web using Perl
- build static HTML with Base SAS
- use Enterprise Guide to control structured folders of SAS programs
- appreciate the functionality of Enterprise Guide by comparing with the Java interface to SAS Integration Technologies
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