This course is intended for experienced SAS Enterprise Guide users who want to create customized reports and graphs.
This course is intended for experienced SAS Enterprise Guide users who want to create customized reports and graphs. You learn how to use point-and-click tasks and wizards in SAS Enterprise Guide to generate detail and summary reports. You also learn how to enhance reports by using task options and modifying the generated SAS code. In addition, the course illustrates how to create and customize bar charts, map charts, histograms, box plots, scatter plots, line plots, and bar-line charts using SAS Enterprise Guide tasks and wizards.
Led by an expert instructor who can virtually look over your shoulder. Discuss, share, exchange ideas with students from different countries
Classroom training options include courses offered in our regional training centers or via our Live Web classroom.
Taught by certified instructors at high-tech facilities across the country
SAS e-Learning courses do not include SAS software. You must have SAS software installed to complete the practice exercises.
Before attending this course, you should have completed the SAS Enterprise Guide 1: Querying and Reporting course or have equivalent knowledge. SAS programming experience is not required.
This course addresses SAS Enterprise Guide software.
Summary Tables Task
List Report Wizard
Scatter Plots and Line Plots
Each exam challenges candidates to apply specific knowledge they have acquired through SAS software training and/or job experience. Computer-based in format, SAS Global Certification exams comprise multiple-choice and/or short-answer questions, depending on the exam. Exams are generally scheduled through Pearson VUE but are also held at various locations around the world on a pre-scheduled basis. Candidates are allotted varying time limits to complete the exam, depending on which exam is taken. Specific exam content and passing criteria are located within each exam. To encourage your feedback, SAS Global Certification exams include a feature that allows candidates to comment on specific test questions. Your opinions are important to us and are a critical component in test development. Additionally, SAS Global Certification requires candidates to accept the terms of the SAS Institute Inc. Certification Program CandidatCancele Agreement before taking a certification exam.
Short-answer questions require you type your answer in a text box, rather than select your answer from four options. Typically, you will provide a numeric answer or a short section of SAS programming code. When entering code, case is ignored, and all variations of SAS syntax that correctly complete the program are accepted as correct.