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How are you using SAS to practice? The reason I ask is that the Programming 1 course has a section at the top of the list of lessons entitled "Course Overview and Data Setup" and that section has multiple different ways for you to either use the files for class (in the Citrix Virtual Lab) or to run a program that MAKES the data and the folders (if you're using SAS OnDemand for Academics) OR that provides you with alternate instructions (if you're using your own company or school license with a local copy of SAS).

  The instructions are not interchangeable -- for example, you can't use the Enterprise Guide instructions on the Virtual Lab and you can't use the SAS OnDemand instructions with your local copy of SAS. However, once you find the right instructions for your method of using SAS, you should be able to follow the instructions so that in the end, you have 5 folders: activities, data, demos, output and practices as used for this class.

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The activities folder should be in the EPG1V2 which you saved after downloading it.


If you are using SAS Studio you should be able to navigate to the file location of where you saved the EPG1V2 folder using the files and folders pane on the left side of the SAS Studio interface.



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5 Steps to Your First Analytics Project Using SAS

For SAS newbies, this video is a great way to get started. James Harroun walks through the process using SAS Studio for SAS OnDemand for Academics, but the same steps apply to any analytics project.

Find more tutorials on the SAS Users YouTube channel.

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