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Recently upgraded from SAS Studio 3.4 to 3.5. I had a copy of the SAS Studio 3.4 User's Guide, which was great because it had all of the Tasks from SAS Studio explained step-by-step with examples.

 

However, when I downloaded the SAS Studio 3.5 User's Guide, I was in for a surprise. This version of the user guide has lost a lot of material especially the whole section on Tasks. The 3.4 version of the user guide is 580 pages whereas the 3.5 version is 198 pages.

 

Irrespective of whether this is Intentional or through oversight, if anyone is downloading the 3.5 version of the user guide please keep the 3.4 version as well.


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‎07-09-2016 02:03 AM
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Re: SAS Studio 3.5 User's Guide missing a lot of material

Hi DataScientist,

Don't worry - the SAS Studio tasks information is still available!  Starting in SAS Studio 3.5, we moved it to its own book since the User's Guide was getting quite large.  

 

You can find SAS Studio 3.5: Task Reference and all the other SAS Studio documentation here: http://support.sas.com/documentation/onlinedoc/sasstudio/index.html#studio35

 

thanks,

Jennifer

 

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‎07-09-2016 02:03 AM
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Re: SAS Studio 3.5 User's Guide missing a lot of material

Hi DataScientist,

Don't worry - the SAS Studio tasks information is still available!  Starting in SAS Studio 3.5, we moved it to its own book since the User's Guide was getting quite large.  

 

You can find SAS Studio 3.5: Task Reference and all the other SAS Studio documentation here: http://support.sas.com/documentation/onlinedoc/sasstudio/index.html#studio35

 

thanks,

Jennifer

 

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Re: SAS Studio 3.5 User's Guide missing a lot of material

Thanks very much for your response Jennifer.

 

I am a big fan of the PDF downloads because it lets you access material without the need to access the Internet if so required.

 

This is perfect.

 

Cheers,

 

Sandesh.

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