The SAS Case Library

A global free teaching resource for online academia

  • Working through real-world analytical case studies is essential in the formation of job-ready graduates. The SAS Case Library is a major contribution to online analytical teaching resources. I commend it to every analytics course leader. Mo Saraee Professor in Data Science University of Salford, UK.
  • The SAS Library of analytical case studies goes a long way to providing students with practical experience in solving complex business problems. The Library is an asset which I intend using within the teaching in my Department to enhance the students learning experience. Joanne Bacon Associate Professor in Mathematics De Montfort University
  • Students learn analytics best by applying their theoretical knowledge to actual problems and real data. I look forward to motivating and challenging my digital marketing students with these cases from different industries. Dr Anabel Gutierrez Mendoza Course Leader - MSc in Digital Marketing University of Kent Business School, UK.

Enrich your curriculum with in-depth SAS use cases

Our world has changed

  • The COVID-19 pandemic has shown the importance of analytical calculation and competence.
  • Data and analytics are now ubiquitous, the bedrock of our digital and inter-connected world.
  • Analytical case studies are the most effective way to embed new analytical learning.
  • This is why SAS has compiled a Library of analytical case studies for educational use.

Analytical Case Studies from SAS are:

  • Free to download
  • Written by experts for academic use
  • Data rich and based on real-world problems
  • Include step-by-step demos, analytical games, ideas for datathons
  • Include access to free SAS software and training materials

Examples of SAS case titles by industry and analytical topic:


Utknonos Retail - (linear models, product cannibalisation), from Russia


Traffic Accidents - in the Netherlands
(factor analysis, accidents analysis)

Travel & Tourism

Hotel Review - (text mining, customer satisfaction analysis) from the UK

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