Dartmouth Events

Dartmouth Area SAS Users Group Webinar

Learn hot SAS topics from SAS experts!

Thursday, November 14, 2019
11:00am – 12:00am
Intended Audience(s): Public
Categories: Lectures & Seminars, Workshops & Training
Registration required.

Date: Nov. 14, 2019, Thursday

Time: 11:00am – 12:00pm (EST)

Location/Format: Webinar

1.  Learning Data Science with SAS® University Edition and JupyterLab (Brian Gaines)

One of the interfaces included with SAS® University Edition is the popular JupyterLab interface. You can use this open-source interface to generate dynamic notebooks that easily incorporate SAS® code and results into documents such as course materials and analytical reports. The ability to seamlessly interweave code, results, narrative text, and mathematical formulas all into one document provides students with practical experience in creating reports and effectively communicating results. In addition, the use of an executable document facilitates collaboration and promotes reproducible research and analyses. After a brief overview of SAS University Edition, this paper describes JupyterLab, discusses examples of using it to learn data science with SAS, and provides tips. SAS University Edition is available at no charge to educators and learners for academic, noncommercial use and includes SAS® Studio, Base SAS®, SAS/STAT®, SAS/IML®, and some other analytical capabilities. SASGF19 20 minutes

2. 20 in 20: Quick Tips for SAS® Enterprise Guide® Users (Kelly Gray)

There are many time-saving and headache-saving tips and tricks you can use to make working in SAS® Enterprise Guide® a breeze. Did you know that you can change your layout so that you can see your code and your results at the same time? You will learn 20 tips and tricks for working in SAS Enterprise Guide in 20 minutes. One tip per minute, and out of the twenty you are guaranteed to find at least one nugget that will making your life easier. SASGF19 20 minutes

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For more information, contact:
Jianjun Hua

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