Have you ever been to an airport in the United States and your luggage was lost or you experienced an incident that involved theft, property damage, personal injury or even death? If so, you can file a claim and a record of that incident will be documented by the United States Transportation Security Administration (TSA).
In this case study you will apply your knowledge from the SAS Programming 1 course to Access, Explore, Prepare, Analyze and Export over 200,000 TSA Claims from 2002 – 2017. You will run through the SAS programming process to investigate these claims that contain information like incident date, date received, airport, airport location, claim type, and claim site. Using this information you can answer questions like:
When working on this case study you might be thinking "what do I do if I get stuck?" That's an excellent question! Let's discuss the ways you can attempt the case study to best suit your specific needs:
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