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    Enterprise Guide - Getting started (Uses Version 7.15)

    SAS Enterprise Guide is an easy to use general purpose tool for both coders and non-coders. 

    7th Feb 2020 • 10.00 a.m. GMT

    About the webinar

    SAS Enterprise Guide is an easy to use general purpose tool for both coders and non-coders. It's the result of many years of refinement and has a wealth of features. This session gives a flavour of how to move to Enterprise Guide if you are completely new to SAS, or are an experienced SAS coder wanting to explore the point-and-click functionality.

    What you will learn:

    • The basics of the interface
    • How to get your data into a project
    • How to perform a join using a task
    • How to use tasks to analyse your data
    • Where to go if you want to write code

     

    This session will use SAS Enterprise Guide version 7.15 as this is still the most widely used, but the concepts shown are also applicable to the latest version, SAS Enterprise Guide 8.2 

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    About the Expert

    Peter Hobart

    Peter Hobart
    SAS customer success team
    SAS UKI

    Peter has worked at SAS for 24 years, in customer support, education, architecture and now customer success. Prior to joining SAS Peter was the IT manager for a major brewery's research laboratory.. Peter has written several SAS courses and questions for the SAS certification exams.

    Peter has presented at SAS forum but spends most of his time answering customer questions and presenting at customer events. Peter is a certified SAS advanced programmer, data integration developer and SAS platform administrator.

    He is currently learning the new features of SAS Viya 3.5.

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