** New to SAS**
Do you want to learn how to use SAS programming from the beginners to validating machine learning algorithms assumptions ?
Are you starting your new SAS journey?
Are you looking to know how to well interpret sas output?
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Your Instructor has more than 3 years of SAS experience.
Why learn SAS?
SAS jobs !
Try to search for “SAS Jobs” online. Your search is sure to turn up many current job listings that require a variety of SAS expertise. Since, SAS emerges as a key research data analysis tool, it is in demand in the market. Every company is looking for SAS resources.
SAS is fun !
It is fun learning SAS. It provides easy way to access multiple applications. It relies on user written scripts or “programs” that are processed when requested to know what to do. Because it is a script based application, the key to being successful using SAS is learning the rules and tricks of writing scripts. It works with large data and generate graphs and report.
SAS is versatile and powerful enough for data analysis. SAS is flexible, with a variety of input and output formats. It has numerous procedures for descriptive, inferential, and forecasting types of statistical analyses. Because the SAS System is an integrated system with similar architecture shared by modules or products, once you master one module, you can easily transfer the knowledge to other modules.
By the end of this course you will be able to :
- Use numbered range list to name SAS variables
- Understand SAS libraries and how to access data in SAS using a library
- Import unstructured data into SAS
- Use SAS operators
- Use sas IF statements
- IF : THEN/ELSE statements
- IF : THEN/DO statements
- Understand DO Loops
- Use DO WHEN and DO UNTIL statements
- Use missing() function to deal with missing values
- Use noduprecs and SORT procedure to remove duplicates
- Write a neat sas syntax and be able to interpret the sas output
- How to detect Multicollinearity or Collinearity Diagnostics
- Use Variance Inflation Factor (VIF) to detect multicollinearity
- Use Condition Index (Condition numbers) to detect Multicollinearity
- Perform and Interpret Shapiro Wiks Test Normality Test
- Validate Linearity Assumption
- Carry out Pearson Correlation Test and Interpret the results using p values
- Carry out RESIDUAL DIAGNOSTICS test and Interpret the results
- Detect Outliers and Influential Observations
- Interpret DFFITS and DFBETAS plots
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