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Here we provide links to tutorials and lectures on using SAS statistical software.


Don’t forget your semicolons! And definitely don’t forget to look at your LOG file!!


General Information

  • “The Little SAS Book” is an excellent resource for beginning SAS programmers.
    • Always look for the latest edition (currently the fifth edition).
    • There is a version for standard SAS as well as one for SAS Enterprise guide (a “point and click” version of SAS).
    • This book is available via books 24/7 through the UF library system.  You must be logged in through the network (on campus computer or vpn connection, etc.) to access the text.
  • Paul D. Allison has numerous books on specific types of analyses in SAS.

PHC 6052: Introduction to Biostatistical Methods

SAS Skills Document for Material Covered in PHC 6052
A good resource originally written for SAS version 9.2 and a previous version of PHC 6052.

Here we provide links to tutorials and lectures on using SAS statistical software.


!!** Tutorials **!!: Organized by Major Topic

You will be directed to the needed tutorials for each assignment from inside E-Learning. The files needed for or produced from these tutorials are provided below the tutorials as well as where appropriate in each tutorial.

Video Tutorials

Topic 0 – Introductions

Topic 1 – Importing Raw Data and Saving in SAS Format

Topic 2 – Data Manipulation and Management

Topic 3 Working with Output

Topic 4 – One Categorical Variable

Topic 5 – One Quantitative Variable

Topic 6 – Case CC – Two Categorical Variables

Topic 7 – Case CQ (or QC) – One Quantitative and One Categorical (Independent Samples)

Topic 8 – Case CQ – One Quantitative and One Categorical (Dependent Samples)

Topic 9 – Case QQ – Two Quantitative Variables

Files:

USEFUL DOCUMENTS:

ORIGINAL DATASET VERSIONS:

SAS Code Created:

SAS DATASETS CREATED:

SAS (or Other) Output Used or Created:


PHC 6053: Regression Methods for the Health and Life Sciences

  • No Tutorials … Yet.

PHC 6080/6081: SAS for Public Health

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