This course is for users who do not have SAS programming experience but need to access, manage, and summarize data from different sources, and present results in reports and graphs.
Data, business, and statistical analysts who licensed or are considering licensing SAS Enterprise Guide or SAS Analytics Pro and would like training to get started with data access, management, and analysis
This course is for users who do not have SAS programming experience but need to access, manage, and summarize data from different sources, and present results in reports and graphs. This course focuses on using the menu-driven tasks in SAS Enterprise Guide, the point-and-click interface to SAS, to create queries and reports. It does not address writing SAS code or statistical concepts. This course serves as a prerequisite for the SAS Enterprise Guide 2: Advanced Tasks and Querying course and for the Creating Reports and Graphs with SAS Enterprise Guide course. It also serves as a prerequisite for the SAS Enterprise Guide: ANOVA, Regression, and Logistic Regressioncourse, which teaches statistical concepts using SAS Enterprise Guide.
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SAS e-Learning courses do not include SAS software. You must have SAS software installed to complete the practice exercises.
This course is designed for users with no programming experience or SAS knowledge. Before attending this course, you should be familiar with Windows and other software, such as Microsoft Office or spreadsheet programs.
This course addresses SAS Enterprise Guide software.
Working with Data in a Project
Getting Started with Tasks
Creating Simple Queries
Creating Summarized Output
Using Prompts in Tasks and Queries
Customizing and Organizing Project Results
Writing and Submitting SAS Programs
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.