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SAS Studio is a web application for accessing SAS using a web browser. This makes it a cross-platform web interface that may be used on practically any device.
Although SAS Studio has fewer features than SAS Enterprise Guide, it provides an alternative user interface to programming in SAS and running SAS code that is entirely web browser-based. SAS Studio is intended for SAS users who previously would have used applications such as SAS Display Manager or Base SAS directly, rather than using applications such as SAS Enterprise Guide or SAS Data Integration Studio. Unlike SAS Enterprise Guide users, SAS Studio users will generally need to be able to program in SAS in order to use SAS Studio effectively.
One difference with SAS Studio is the ability to switch perspectives (via a drop-down menu). At this time, the available perspectives are SAS Programmer and Visual Programmer. Visual Programmer allows for process flows, and thus may be suited for those used to the graphical programming elements of EG.
- SAS Programming and Data Visualization Techniques
- What’s New in SAS® 9.4?
- Setting Up SAS Studio
- Paper SAS302-2014: Introduction to SAS® Studio
- What are the differences between SAS Studio and SAS Enterprise Guide? (support.SAS.com FAQ)
- Tips for Programming Efficiently in SAS Studio
- on SAS Studio as a distributed environment
- Cage match: SAS Studio versus SAS Enterprise Guide - Chris Hemedinger, The SAS Dummy, May 30, 2014.
- Introducing SAS Studio to SAS programmers
- search the SAS blogs for SAS Studio-related posts