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Data Resources and Support: Guides for Using SAS

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Guides for Using SAS

SAS Resources:

"Articles on Statistical Computing - SAS Basics and SAS Topics" from the Social Science Computing Cooperative, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison

"Documentation for SAS Products and Solutions," from the SAS Institute

"Frequently-Asked Questions about SAS," from the Department of Statistics and Data Sciences at the University of Texas-Austin (via the Internet Archive)

"Introduction to SAS Version 8.2," from the University of Virginia's ITC Division (via the Internet Archive)

"Knowledge Base / Samples and SAS Notes," from the SAS Institute

"Main Continuous and Historical NHANES Tutorials," from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - This collection focuses on NHANES data, but the tutorials have useful guidance for analysis of survey data more generally.

"Resources to Help You Learn and Use SAS," from UCLA's Academic Technology Services

"SAS Analyst for MS Windows," from the Division of Statistics and Data Sciences at the University of Texas-Austin (.pdf)

"SAS Classes and Seminars," from UCLA's Academic Technology Services

"SAS I: Getting Started," from the Division of Statistics and Data Sciences at the University of Texas-Austin (.pdf)

"SAS II: Inferential Statistics," from the Division of Statistics and Data Sciences at the University of Texas-Austin (.pdf)

"SAS Conference Proceedings (1976-Present)" - For searching for papers and proceedings from SAS user conferences.

"Topics in SAS Programming," from UNC's Carolina Population Center

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