SAS Clinical Online Training
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SAS Clinical Online Training
Overview of the SAS
What is SAS?
History of SAS
SAS System architecture and functionalities
F...
SAS Clinical Online Training
SAS windows
SAS data sets & SAS comments
Parts of SAS program
Reading multiple observations &...
SAS Clinical Online Training
Behind the screens (How SAS Process the Code).
Select statement
Do loops
Creating multiple da...
SAS Clinical Online Training
Modifying and combining datasets
Formats
Formats and informats
System defined and user define...
SAS Clinical Online Training
BASE/SAS PROCEDURES
Proc sort
Proc copy
Proc datasets
Proc contents
Difference between conten...
SAS Clinical Online Training
Proc Transpose
Proc Cport and Cimport
Analysis Procedures
Proc summary
Proc means
Proc freq
P...
SAS Clinical Online TrainingSAS/SQL
Introduction to sas/sql
Features, uses and terminology
Data types, keywords & operator...
SAS Clinical Online Training
Nested queries
SAS/REPORTS AND SAS/TABULATIONS
Frequency report
One-way frequency report
Cros...
SAS Clinical Online Training
Obtaining a total
Analysis variables with options
Summary statistics
SAS/GRAPHS AND SAS/PLOTS...
SAS Clinical Online Training
SAS/MACROS
Macro Facilities Overeview
Why do we use macros
How SAS process the macro
macro La...
SAS Clinical Online Training
adding parameters to macros
writing macros with conditional logic
using various procedures in...
SAS Clinical Online Training
SAS/STAT
proc univariate
proc corr
proc reg
proc anova and anacova.
Section: 2
SAS in Clinica...
SAS Clinical Online Training
Clinical trial terminology for SAS Programmers
CDISC Standards and terminology
Implementation...
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SAS Clinical Online Training

  1. 1. SAS Clinical Online Training AcuteSoft: India: +91-9848346149, +91-7702226149 Land Line: +91 (0)40 - 42627705 USA: +1 973-619-0109, +1 312-235-6527 UK : +44 207-993-2319 skype : acutesoft email : info@acutesoft.com www.acutesoft.com http://training.acutesoft.com
  2. 2. SAS Clinical Online Training Overview of the SAS What is SAS? History of SAS SAS System architecture and functionalities Features of SAS Various domains and Modules of SAS Introduction to clinical trials Where does SAS fit into Clinical and pharmaceutical industry? Why only SAS, why not other reporting tools? Drug design life cycle Section: 1 Base SAS SAS statements and syntax rules SAS variables, data set names & terminology
  3. 3. SAS Clinical Online Training SAS windows SAS data sets & SAS comments Parts of SAS program Reading multiple observations & global statements Reading raw data with infile statements with options Input styles Set statement & data set options Operators and operands Conditional statements and logical statements Where statement If- then else statement Creating & redefining variables Updating master data set Logical variable and Automatic variables
  4. 4. SAS Clinical Online Training Behind the screens (How SAS Process the Code). Select statement Do loops Creating multiple data sets using output statement Merging the datasets horizontally and vertically. Different types of merging Retain statement and goto statement Stop and error statements SAS functions Character function Datetime functions Numeric functions
  5. 5. SAS Clinical Online Training Modifying and combining datasets Formats Formats and informats System defined and user defined Character, numeric and datetime formats Deleting and finding out duplicate id’s Put statement Array’s and Dim function Local options and global options Difference between options and statements Libname and filename Key board macros, add abbreviations and display manager commands
  6. 6. SAS Clinical Online Training BASE/SAS PROCEDURES Proc sort Proc copy Proc datasets Proc contents Difference between contents procedure and contents statement in proc datasets Proc delete Proc compare Proc append Proc options Proc format Proc import Proc export Proc setinit
  7. 7. SAS Clinical Online Training Proc Transpose Proc Cport and Cimport Analysis Procedures Proc summary Proc means Proc freq Proc Tabulate Proc rank Reporting Procedures Proc print Proc Report Proc plot Proc chart Proc printto Proc template
  8. 8. SAS Clinical Online TrainingSAS/SQL Introduction to sas/sql Features, uses and terminology Data types, keywords & operators Functions, predicates Formatting output Order by clause Group by clause Having clause Case expression and conditional logic Creating, populating, deleting rows & dropping tables Alter table command (updating & changing column’s length) Changing columns’s formats Renaming a table & columns Joins and views Integrity constraints
  9. 9. SAS Clinical Online Training Nested queries SAS/REPORTS AND SAS/TABULATIONS Frequency report One-way frequency report Cross tabular frequency report Customized reports Create user defined template Creating a list report Define statement Order usage and group Printing grand totals Rbreak statement Tabulate procedure One-dimensional tables Two-dimensional tables
  10. 10. SAS Clinical Online Training Obtaining a total Analysis variables with options Summary statistics SAS/GRAPHS AND SAS/PLOTS Gchart procedure Vertical, horizontal, pie & donut Discrete, sumvar and type options Group, subgroups Title and footnote statements Gooptions Gplot procedure & g3d procedure Multiple plots & overlay Symbol statements & interpolation options
  11. 11. SAS Clinical Online Training SAS/MACROS Macro Facilities Overeview Why do we use macros How SAS process the macro macro Language concepts & advantages Components of Macro language macros and macro variables Macro statements and Macro functions Macro expressions and constant text creating modular code with macros invoking a macro Creating Macro Variables (global and local) Resolving macro variables
  12. 12. SAS Clinical Online Training adding parameters to macros writing macros with conditional logic using various procedures in macros external macros & automatic macro variables nesting of macros multiple and multi-level macros Ways to debug the Macro SAS/ODS creating pdf file creating html file creating rtf file Creating Excel ODS Tagsets
  13. 13. SAS Clinical Online Training SAS/STAT proc univariate proc corr proc reg proc anova and anacova. Section: 2 SAS in Clinical trials Introduction to Clinical trials Drug design Process flow. Types of clinical trials Phases of clinical trials Types of study designs Introduction of protocol and SAP Roles of SAP In clinical trials Different therapeutic areas
  14. 14. SAS Clinical Online Training Clinical trial terminology for SAS Programmers CDISC Standards and terminology Implementation of CDISC standards SDTM and ADAM Mapping Overview of SDTM Implementation Guide Different domains across different Therapeutic areas Brief about LAB and ECG domain Overview of PKPD Safety and efficacy reports QC of datasets Validation checks Good programming practice Baseline calculation
  15. 15. For Free Demo Please Contact AcuteSoft: India: +91-9848346149, +91-7702226149 Land Line: +91 (0)40 - 42627705 USA: +1 973-619-0109, +1 312-235-6527 UK : +44 207-993-2319 skype : acutesoft email : info@acutesoft.com www.acutesoft.com http://training.acutesoft.com
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