From Non-SAS Programmer to SAS Programmer Part II

Previously, we wrote about how you can become a SAS Programmer with little or no programming background. Today, I want to share a new link where you can download SAS Studio for free and practice. I have to give a thank to Andrew from statskomĀ for the tip. Visit his blog for more SAS tips. HereContinue reading “From Non-SAS Programmer to SAS Programmer Part II”

SAS Cheat Sheet – Part 6

The macro facility is a tool you can use in your programming./* Macro Language %DO macro-var=start_value %TO end_value %DO %WHILE (expression); /*Executes a section of a macro repetitively while a condition is true*/ %DO %UNTIL (expression); /*Executes a section of a macro repetitively until a condition is true*/ Macro variables can be stored in eitherContinue reading “SAS Cheat Sheet – Part 6”

Concatenating SAS data sets with the APPEND procedure

The APPEND procedure is an efficient method for concatenating observations from a smaller data set to a larger data set. The BASE= data set option is reserved for the larger of the two data sets with the DATA= option for the smaller data set. Essentially, the APPEND procedure avoids reading any observations in the BASE=Continue reading “Concatenating SAS data sets with the APPEND procedure”

From Non-SAS Programmer to SAS Programmer

SAS Programmers come from many different educational backgrounds. Many has started their careers as a Data Manager in a CRO environment and grew to become a SAS programmer. Others have gone to college and pursued degrees in math, statistics or computer science degree. Do you have SAS Skills? First, you need to find out moreContinue reading “From Non-SAS Programmer to SAS Programmer”