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SAS Studio (previous known as SAS Web Editor) was introduced in SAS 9.4 M1 as an alternative programming environment to Enterprise Guide (EG) and interactive SAS (DMS). SAS Studio is different in many ways to EG and DMS. As a programmer I currently use EG to help me code, test, maintain and organize my SAS programs. I have interactive SAS installed on my PC, but I still prefer to write my programs in EG, because I know it will save my log and output whenever I run a program, even if that program crashes and takes the SAS session with it! So should I now be using SAS Studio instead, and should you be using it too?
- SAS Global Forum, Dallas, TX, USA – 29th April 2015
- SAS Forum, London, UK – 11th June 2015
- PhUSE, Vienna, Austria – 12th October 2015