The SAS course is made up of sections containing SAS-related topics, with new topics posted over time.
The SAS course now has 2 sections and 4 topics available in the SAS Programming Forum. Note that the course topics are not available to registered members with Free membership, so to upgrade your membership please click here:
- SAS components
- Data steps
More topics and sections are being developed…
Over the last few weeks I’ve noticed potential customers for my SAS conference papers NEARLY download them from here, and then give up at the last moment. I want to assure you all that:
- You will be required to register on this site for free, if you are not already a registered member
- You will have to complete a form to say where you live
- You will also be sent to a Checkout page
- However, you will be charged nothing, as every conference paper download has a price of £0.00!
To quote “The Hitchhiker’s Guide” by Douglas Adams: DON’T PANIC. This is written in large friendly letters!
“Platforms: How Do You Do This in SAS?” looks at SAS platform-dependencies on Windows, UNIX, Linux and z/OS. This paid-for app has had some of the answer text updated to include SAS 9.4 and Windows 10.
I’ve now updated my “Platforms” apps, which can be installed from Platforms: Do This in SAS? (Google Play), Platforms: How Do You Do This in SAS? (Amazon Appstore), or Platforms: How Do You Do This in SAS? (Chrome Web Store), depending on your preferred platform.
The latest versions of all my apps can be found here.
Yes, I lost this Blog too, and all because of a misbehaving WordPress plugin! You’ll be pleased to hear that my site is now back and fully functional again.
The next set of posts in my SAS Course will be published in the SAS Programming Forum on this site after SAS Global Forum.
I’ve just uploaded all of my SAS-related conference papers to my blog store, and will eventually be removing them from http://www.hollandnumerics.com/SASPAPER.HTM. This will mean that only those registered for the blog will be able to access and download them. They will, of course, be free to download for registered members.