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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