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Tip of the Day:January 11
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Base SAS comes with sample SAS data sets that you can use to develop and perfect your SAS programs. You will find them in the SASHELP library that is automatically allocated whenever you launch SAS. So, these SAS data sets all have the two-node SAS names of SASHELP.XXX, where XXX=AIR, or CLASS, or COMPANY or… whatever.
SASHELP.CLASS seems to be the most popular of these data sets, as it is often cited in examples on SAS-L. Here are some other SASHELP data sets that are a bit more sophisticated and may give your SAS programs more to chew on:
For a comprehensive list of the sample SAS data sets, either peruse the SASHELP SAS data library via SAS Display Manager, or use PROC CONTENTS to obtain a listing of them.
Submitted by Michael A. Raithel, The man who wrote the book on performance. Contact me at my Discussion Page.
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