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Rapid SAS Applications Development: Table-Driven Strategies for Rapid SAS Applications Development
This course is for application designers, SAS programmers, and application users.
We consider the application designer a person who defines application architecture and behavior, and does not need to know the SAS System. The SAS programmer should have at least average skills with the SAS System. The application user is considered a person who defines application requirements and is ready to participate in the application development process.
For the application designer we:
present an iterative process that will take you from changeable application requirements to working applications, through code-free design.
show you how to use the table-driven environment effectively, thereby eliminating the need to know the SAS System at the expert level.
explain how to define an application data model using relational technology, specify data manipulation and data analysis processes using the trigger-message mechanism, organize an application using the mode mechanism, and much more.
teach you how to cultivate an application to meet future needs.
provide you with many realistic examples of application design.
For the SAS programmer we:
show you how to develop table-driven generators to produce application objects and operations using the SAS System language's features.
demonstrate how to write reusable code.
provide you with many realistic examples of SAS macro and SAS Screen Control Language programs.
For the application user we:
provide you with an understanding of application design and show you how to participate in application development from the very beginning
show you how to change or extend data management, analysis, and data presentation.
offer you examples and explanations on how to cultivate an application through a table-driven environment.
The complete source codes for the programming examples in this course are available.
Lecturer: Author of "Table-Driven Strategies for Rapid SAS Applications Development" published by SAS Institute.
Object-Oriented Statistical Programming and Analysis with SAS
This course is for statisticians, SAS programmers, and researchers.
The complete source codes for the programming examples using in this course are available.
The goals of this course are:
To provide an understanding of concepts of object-oriented statistical programming and analysis.
To demonstrate SAS software's ability to implement object-oriented approach to statistical programming and analysis.
Lecturer: Author of "Object-Based Statistical Programming and Analysis with SAS" published by SAS Institute