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I am using SAS Windowing Environment, as it is the application I have installed on my work computer. Is there a way to find e-learning for this application? I tried using the Enterprise Guide but clearly that application is very different than basic Windows one. I am very new to SAS and had hoped to find a tutorial that would make sense.

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Are you signed up for the courses online? SAS Foundation or Base SAS would be the version of instructions you're looking to find.

SAS Studio - non-task/programming should be pretty similar as well.

Hi: In the Programming 1 course, we emphasize writing code. The interface you use should not make a difference. Whether you use Enterprise Guide, SAS for Windows or SAS Studio, each interface has an editor window, a log window and a results window.

The demos in Programming 1 were all recorded using SAS Studio, but instead of focusing on the interface, please focus on the code that is being discussed. The only difference in the videos would be the location where you might need to issue your LIBNAME statement.

We do have explicit instructions for using SAS on Windows and making the data for Programming 1. You'd follow the SAS Windowing Environment instructions to make the data for the course. The video, on this page shows using SAS Windowing environment to make the data for the course.




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