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Online Training The Ultimate Guide to SAS Reporting & Visualization
This course uses a commercial license from WPS SAS Programming. Anyone interested in fullinformation, visit our disclaimer at the bottom. Thank you!==>SASSAS==> Become a SAS Analyst!==> Produce Excellent Reports!==> This course focuses on SAS Data Reporting and Visualization. For students who want to master SAS programming, please take my The Complete SAS Bootcamp course. You can find it in my instructor profile. Thank you.——————————–As a SAS programmer and data analyst, you need to report and summarize your analytical results in a presentable and understandable way. This course is designed to teach you how to generate reports with beautiful layouts. So you can do your daily report generating tasks in an easy and efficient way. In the course, step-by-step, we analyze a real-world company revenue data. You will learn SAS reporting by doing and get hands-on experience!—————————————————————Why This Course is Enjoyed by Students? Fast and clear explanations. This course teaches you the SAS programming skills that are absolutely necessary.Hands on experience. This course use real-world projects so you can learn how to apply SAS programming in practice.Taught by expert. I draw from my work experience as an Analyst, and teach you what SAS procedures are the most important ones.If you take this course, in addition to theUdemy30-day money back guarantee, you have my personal guarantee that you will love what you learn in this course. If you ever have any questions please feel free to message us directly and we will do our best to get back to you as soon as possible!This course will not remain this price forever! It’s time to act!Click the “take this course” button at the top right now! See you in the course!—————————————————————DISCLAIMERWe are not in any way affiliated or associated with SAS Institute. We do not provide, nor do we endorse,a download of SAS University edition for your learning purposes, nor do we personally use SASsoftware, or SASlogos. We do not link to SAS website, nor do we linktoany SAScontent, nor do we have screen shots of any of their assets,nordo wedistribute it, nor do we suggest it’s ours.We use a commercial license from WPS. The system I use, WPS, is in no way associated with SAS System. Furthermore, whenever you see the phrases”SAS”, “SAS Language” and “language of SAS” used in the course contentthis refers to the computer programming language. If you seephrases like “program”, “SAS program”, “SAS language program” used in my course, thisisused to refer to programs written in the SAS language. These may also be referred to as “scripts”, “SAS scripts” or “SAS language scripts”.
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