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SAS® was once the acronym for a "Statistical Analysis System" that was initially developed during the late 1960s by the Statistics Department of the North Carolina State University, as a result of the need of the University Statisticians Southern Experiment Stations to develop a general-purpose statistical software package to analyze all the agricultural data being generated by research being conducted through United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) grants. The software was developed under a grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).[1]

SAS now refers to the software application, its programming language, the company that was founded in 1976 to support it, the products that are based upon it, and the community of users that use it. SAS is used at more than 80,000 clients,[2] and over 100,000 people have become SAS certified.

History of SAS

See SAS History on, SAS Timeline on, and SAS History on Wikipedia

SAS company

See SAS Institute, Inc., SAS Institute on Wikipedia, or SAS Company Information

Core Competencies

The company has three categories of core competencies. These are reflected in various products.

  • Analytics
  • Data Management
  • Visualization

For a much more detailed explanation, see the presentation Digging into Competencies and Credentialing Requirements.

SAS programming language

See Sasopedia/Language elements

SAS products

See Sasopedia/Products

SAS trademarks

See SAS Trademarks and Editorial uidelines
SAS and all other SAS Institute Inc. product or service names are registered trademarks or trademarks of SAS Institute Inc. in the USA and other countries. ® indicates USA registration.

Other brand and product names are trademarks of their respective companies.

denotes a registered trademark. For more information, see ®.

SAS user groups

See user groups

External links