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SAS Mobile Apps & Interactive Tools for Learning

by SAS Employee jennifers_sas on ‎02-25-2014 10:52 AM - edited on ‎10-05-2015 02:56 PM by Community Manager (434 Views)


 SAS Mobile BI

SAS® Mobile BI empowers decision makers with business reports and dashboards anywhere,

anytime! SAS Mobile BI, part of the SAS® Visual Analytics solution, enables you to access and

interact with reports and report elements such as graphs, tables, KPIs, and data grids.



    SAS Flash Cards

    Create, learn, and share flash cards. You can download and play decks in any subject, create new decks in a variety of

    question formats, and share your decks with others (for iPhone, iPad, and iTouch).



    SAS Data Notebook

    Take control of your learning and monitor your progress with built-in templates for mission statements, goals, checklists,

    plus/deltas, and histograms. A "blank page" template lets you load pictures, drawings, and more. You can also add sections

    to set, monitor, and reflect on your goals (for iPad).


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   Data Depot

   Data Depot houses data sources and focused lessons that will help your students become more data literate.  Use these

   data sources as the foundation for student inquiries and teacher-created lessons. Or have students work through

   SAS Curriculum Pathways resources that incorporate these data sets.



   Writing Reviser

   Revise your writing with the help of this tool. It allows you to focus on your purpose and audience, essay structure, and use of

   written language (sentence economy, variety, power, and clarity). You'll learn to ask questions experienced writers ask

   automatically.  As a result, you'll begin to express yourself with greater precision and power.



   Writing Drafter

   Transform your writing plan into the first draft of an essay by developing coherent sentences and paragraphs from the organized

   ideas in your plan. You'll develop the body of your essay by creating sentences, supporting details and transitions; create introductory

   and concluding paragraphs; and analyze your writing to improve sentence patterns, punctuation, and transitions.



   Writing Planner

   Work through the process of generating ideas and organizing them into a plan for writing. You'll determine your purpose and

   audience; brainstorm ideas, facts, or opinions; support your ideas with quotations and information from web sites, books, or other

   sources; group and sequence your ideas; and review your writing plan.

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