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This course, Self-Service Data Preparation in SAS® Viya®, will be offered in Cary, North Carolina on March 9th and 10th at the SAS Global Education Center.  If you are interested in attending, please click here


Please contact me, if you have any questions,



This course provides an overview of the analytic data preparation capabilities of SAS Data Preparation in SAS Viya. These self-service data preparation capabilities include bringing data in from a variety of sources, preparing and cleansing the data to be fit for purpose, analyzing data for better understanding and governance, and sharing the data with others to promote collaboration and operational use.


Learn how to

  • ingest and blend data from a variety of data sources
  • visually analyze and profile data for better understanding of quality issues
  • collaborate and share data on data management projects
  • wrangle data in a self-service data preparation environment with no coding skills
  • leverage custom SAS code when preparing analytic-driven data
  • examine relationships between data to assess impact and aid in governance
  • create and schedule repeatable workflows to automate time-consuming data preparation tasks.


Johnny Starling

Principal Technical Training Consultant

Training and Technical Services, SAS Education



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Training and Technical Services, SAS Education
Tel: + 1 919 531 1223 ▪ Mobile: + 1 919 631 7635


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How to connect to databases in SAS Viya

Need to connect to databases in SAS Viya? SAS’ David Ghan shows you two methods – via SAS/ACCESS LIBNAME and SAS Data Connector SASLIBS – in this video.

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