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Spintu
Quartz | Level 8

Hi,,

 

Can I get "pulse.csv" sample data for practice, if possible.

If not kindly suggest me where I should get sample data.

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Reeza
Super User

Are you looking to learn SAS? The SAS e-learning course for statistics is free...

 

EDIT: Link is here, scroll to bottom of page to see the two courses

https://www.sas.com/en_ca/learn/academic-programs/resources/free-sas-e-learning.html

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Reeza
Super User
Any sort of context to this? All the SAS examples in the documentation have the data available.
Spintu
Quartz | Level 8

I have referred the context document. wanted to ask if I can get, at least I could understand from data prospective.

where I can get al least minimum sample records?

ballardw
Super User

@Spintu wrote:

I have referred the context document. wanted to ask if I can get, at least I could understand from data prospective.

where I can get al least minimum sample records?


"Context document" from where?

Spintu
Quartz | Level 8

this the document name , while browsing I am geeing it from internet.

Basic Statistical and Modeling Procedures Using SAS    

Reeza
Super User
This is really not helpful. Show us the link, give us some context such as: I'm using a book called basic blah blah and it references this file in chapter 8, page 32 and I can't find the file to do the exercises. Can you please help me find the pulse file about crops to do my analysis for GLM?

Spintu
Quartz | Level 8

Please find the below link. In this file page no 01, below mentioned SAS code. Where we have pulse.csv file.

I just wanted in ask  communities members, if incase possible can we get it few sample records doe same.

 

Can I get it to do for Basic Statistical calculation? It seems I am be beginner in Stat. 

 

data pulse; infile "pulse.csv" firstobs=2 delimiter="," missover; input pulse1 pulse2 ran smokes sex height weight activity;
label pulse1 = "Resting pulse, rate per minute"
pulse2 = "Second pulse, rate per minute";
 run;

 

http://www-personal.umich.edu/~kwelch/b600/2015/B600_Statistical_Procedures_2015.pdf

Reeza
Super User

Are you looking to learn SAS? The SAS e-learning course for statistics is free...

 

EDIT: Link is here, scroll to bottom of page to see the two courses

https://www.sas.com/en_ca/learn/academic-programs/resources/free-sas-e-learning.html

Reeza
Super User

Go up one level in the path:

http://www-personal.umich.edu/~kwelch/b600/2015/

 

You'll find a zip file there called labdata. I'll bet you find it in there.

 


@Spintu wrote:

Please find the below link. In this file page no 01, below mentioned SAS code. Where we have pulse.csv file.

I just wanted in ask  communities members, if incase possible can we get it few sample records doe same.

 

Can I get it to do for Basic Statistical calculation? It seems I am be beginner in Stat. 

 

data pulse; infile "pulse.csv" firstobs=2 delimiter="," missover; input pulse1 pulse2 ran smokes sex height weight activity;
label pulse1 = "Resting pulse, rate per minute"
pulse2 = "Second pulse, rate per minute";
 run;

 

http://www-personal.umich.edu/~kwelch/b600/2015/B600_Statistical_Procedures_2015.pdf


 

Spintu
Quartz | Level 8

thank you for details. yes I have seen lab data is available

ballardw
Super User

I suggest looking at the other files in http://www-personal.umich.edu/~kwelch/b600/2015/ 

The document you reference is apparently a class file used by an instructor and is not a SAS supplied (or at least not easily found) files.

There are two ZIP files in that folder that might contain the csv. I'm not going to download them and search the results.

 

Note that the code used is shortcutting some elements about the PATH to the file and almost certainly will not run correctly as shown.

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