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Please let me know,most helpful blogs/communities/sites that are available for base/advanced/sql SAS.

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Please let me know,most helpful blogs/communities/sites that are available for base/advanced/sql SAS.


Hi All,

Please let me know some helpful blogs/communities/sites that are available for learning/upgrading sas/base,sas/macros,sas/sql,clinical sas.

Also i am intersted to know about where can i get/check tricky sas questions/programs that will improve my sas skills.

Thank youSmiley Happy

Kind Regards,

Karthik

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Re: Please let me know,most helpful blogs/communities/sites that are available for base/advanced/sql SAS.

I would suggest SAS published books are the best source for learning SAS and advanced SAS skills. There are good examples cited in these books that are tricky enough.

Personally I have been through these books and also cleared my SAS Base Certification last Tuesday. Though you can also find some stuff using Google, I would still prefer SAS books to get a good understanding on SAS.

https://communities.sas.com is also a very good source for understanding real world problems that are posted on this site and gaining skills.

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Re: Please let me know,most helpful blogs/communities/sites that are available for base/advanced/sql SAS.

Search and read papers on LexJansen.com

For problems check on here Smiley Happy

SAS UE home page has a link to two free SAS programming courses - BASE SAS and SAS/STAT

I don't know if the SAS Global Forum 2015 papers are out, but reviewing some of those (there are 476) is a great way to see what's the best and newest in SAS. 

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Re: Please let me know,most helpful blogs/communities/sites that are available for base/advanced/sql SAS.

Thank you for asking this question!

In addition to this great online community, and the other suggestions by members. You can also check out http://www.sasCommunity.org, which is a knowledgebase created by and for users (many of whom are members here as well).

Be sure to see all the Free Online Tutorials here SAS Tutorials | SAS Training

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