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How to Get SAS software for Free

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How to access SAS on Demand

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How to Get SAS software for Free

  1. 1. WEBINAR: SAS ON DEMAND BY MOORE STATISTICS CONSULTING LLC
  2. 2. OVERVIEW • Introduction to SAS On Demand • How to Register for SAS on Demand • Components of the SAS-User Interface • Steps for Uploading External Files • Typical Procedures in SAS • Questions and Other Information
  3. 3. STATISTICAL SOFTWARE AVAILABLE • Can be Purchased ($100-$8000) • STATA, SPSS, SAS Software for PC • Free • Excel, R, SAS on Demand
  4. 4. SAS ON DEMAND • Remote Access to SAS • Via SAS Institute: software available through the web • Register path: https://odamid.oda.sas.com/SASODARegistrati on/ • As an independent learner • As a student for a class • As an educator for a course
  5. 5. SAS ON DEMAND REGISTRATION
  6. 6. REGISTER FOR ACCESS (CONT.)
  7. 7. STEP #1: REGISTER FOR ACCESS (CONT.)
  8. 8. REGISTER FOR ACCESS (CONT.)
  9. 9. STEP #1: REGISTER FOR ACCESS (CONT.) Welcome to SAS(r) OnDemand for Academics. Your user ID is: amoore200 You can use either this user ID or your email address (amoore20@moorestat.com), along with your SAS Profile password, to sign in to SAS OnDemand for Academics: https://odamid.oda.sas.com After signing in, you can: * Access SAS Studio software. * Register a course and share course information with students. * Review reference and support information. This information is also available from the support site: http://support.sas.com/ondemand Regards, The SAS OnDemand for Academics Team
  10. 10. SAS ON DEMAND
  11. 11. ACCESS TO SAS STUDIO
  12. 12. ACCESS TO SAS STUDIO (CONT.)
  13. 13. SAS COMPONENTS • SAS Program Editor • Where you submitwrite new code • SAS Log Editor • Where you view any errors in your executed program • SAS Results • Window for viewing your SAS output
  14. 14. SAS PROGRAM EDITOR
  15. 15. SAS LOG EDITOR
  16. 16. SAS RESULTS WINDOW
  17. 17. STEPS : UPLOADING YOUR DATA • Step #1: Upload the file from your PC into Your SAS Folder • Step #2: Convert Files into SAS Files • Proc Import Your Data • Straight Forward approach • Step #3: Continue to Write Your Programming Code • Suggestion: Save the code from your Program Editor
  18. 18. STEP #1: UPLOADING DATA FROM YOUR PC (CANCER.CSV)
  19. 19. STEP#1: UPLOADING DATA FROM YOUR PC (CONT.)
  20. 20. STEP #2:PROC IMPORT SAS STATEMENT
  21. 21. OUTPUT CONTENTS OF CANCER FILE • Proc SAS Statements: Produce SAS Output in your Results Window • Proc Contents: Gives you the SAS variables names and SAS variable labels in your file • Proc Print: Gives you a ‘dump’ of the contents in the file by row and column. • Note: Except ‘Proc Sort’ which sorts the file
  22. 22. PROC CONTENTS • Proc Contents Data=Amy.cancer; run; • Proc Contents : ‘Give me the contents of this file’ • Data: use the data file cancer in the amy file directory • Run: Execute it!
  23. 23. PROC CONTENTS SAS CODE
  24. 24. EXAMPLE: PROC CONTENTS
  25. 25. PROC PRINT • Proc Print Data=Amy.cancer; run; • Proc Print : ‘Give me the contents of this file’ • Data: use the data file cancer in the amy file directory • Run: Execute it!
  26. 26. EXAMPLE: PROC PRINT
  27. 27. PROC PRINT: SAS OUTPUT
  28. 28. DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS : FREQUENCY TABLES AND CHI SQUARE • Proc Freq data=one;tables sex*status/chisq; run; • Proc Freq: Provide counts of your data • Tables sex*status: Provide a contigency table of sex by status • Chisq: Execute a Chi-Square Test • Run: Execute
  29. 29. DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS : FREQUENCY TABLES AND CHI SQUARE
  30. 30. DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS : FREQUENCY TABLES AND CHI SQUARE
  31. 31. BAR CHARTS • Proc Gchart data=amy.cancer; Var sex; Run; • Proc Gchart: Create a Bar Chart • Var sex: Use the variable ‘sex’ • Run: Execute!
  32. 32. BAR CHARTS
  33. 33. BAR CHARTS
  34. 34. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION : SAS ON DEMAND • You can save your work in the system • Note: back-up on an external drive • You can produce statistical output • Save the output as a readable file or Export to your Printer • You can create files • It’s your personal private account with SAS • Other users can not gain access to your account
  35. 35. QUESTIONS?

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