These guides were originally converted from documents prepared for various courses. They are somewhat spotty, but they may be a useful start.

Getting Started || SAS & Unix || SAS & Windows || SAS Procedures || SAS/GRAPH || Internet SAS Resources || SAS Macros || York Psych. Course SAS Info

- SAS V8 for Windows Tutorial (from University of Texas). An excellent tutorial on SAS V8 for Windows, and on Importing Data into SAS. Also describes the Analyst Application.
- SAS OnlineDoc, V9.1.3,
- Introduction to SAS for Windows
- Introduction to SAS
- SAS Program Steps Overview of PROC and DATA steps.
- Using SAS/INSIGHT For further
information, see:
- Overview of SAS/Insight for Interactive Data Analysis from SAS Institute R&D
- User Guide to SAS/INSIGHT and SAS/ASSIST from NCSU. There are step-by-step instructions for some standard data analysis methods.

- The SAS Macro Facility A guide to SAS macros, and how to use them.
- More SAS Resources and Information Guides An extensive collection of links to Introductory SAS Guides and other information, from Rutgers.

- Getting started with SAS on Phoenix. Setting up your phoenix account for Psychology courses.
- A Guide to using SAS on UNIX (from Univ. Michigan)
- SAS Datastep Sample Programs for UNIX from SAS Inst
- Converting SAS Files between Unix and PC How to convert and transfer SAS datasets from Unix to PCs and vice-versa.

You have tried the online help in SAS itself?

- SAS V8 for Windows Tutorial (from University of Texas). An excellent tutorial on SAS V8 for Windows, and on Importing Data into SAS. Also describes the Analyst Application
- SAS 6.12 Control and Function keys Handy shortcuts for editing and other tasks.
- Exchanging Data with Windows-Based Spreadsheets How to get data back and forth between SAS and Excel.
- Converting SAS to SPSS
- Converting SPSS to SAS
- Installing Web help in SAS 6.12 How to make these guides a keystroke away.
- Publication quality graphics in SAS for Windows .
- Getting SAS Graphics into Word, Powerpoint, etc. Describes several ways to get SAS/GRAPH and SAS/INSIGHT graphics into common Windows applications.

These brief descriptions (mostly from Rutgers), give the basic syntax, and sample output from common SAS procedures.

- PROC CHART - Histograms, bar charts, pie charts, etc
- PROC CORR -Correlations, partial correlations, even reliability (Chronbach's alpha)
- PROC FREQ - Cross tables, Chi-square
- PROC MEANS - means, and other descriptive statistics
- PROC PLOT - scatterplots
- PROC PRINT - Print a data set
- PROC SORT - Sort a data set
- PROC UNIVARIATE - Descriptive statistics, box plots, normal probability plots
- SAS Base Sample Programs A collection of sample programs from SAS Inst, organize by PROC

These are brief summaries of some SAS statistical procedures prepared for student use.

- Regression with SAS, has a nice chapter on regression diagnostics
- Linear Models in SAS An overview of regression and analysis of variance procedures. (from Univ. Michigan).
- Slicing interactions in factorial designs (with examples for GLM and MIXED)
- Web-based SAS code generator for experimental designs (from Oliver Schabenberger's site)
- PROC ANOVA/GLM Summary
- PROC REG Summary
- RSQUARE Summary
- PROC REG, V6 Enhancements - interactive statements, plots in PROC REG, Model-selection methods (Stepwise, etc.)

- PROC LOGISTIC - Logistic regression
- Introduction to SAS/IML
- PROC CORRESP - Correspondence analysis for categorical data
- PROC PLAN - Constructing an experimental design
- PROC PRINQUAL and PROC TRANSREG - Optimal data transformations
- PROC CALIS - Confirmatory Factor Analysis, Structural Equation Models
- MANOVA, repeated measures, categorical data analysis (from Univ. Michigan)

- Graphing made easy with Graph-N-Go A menu-driven component of the V8 SAS Display Manager. Point/click, drag/drop, to create bar, pie, scatterplot graphs, and you can save the SAS/Graph source statements.
- Introduction to SAS/GRAPH Extended notes from a Short Course on SAS/GRAPH.
- Graphic Catalogs and Proc GREPLAY
- intro to SAS/GRAPH - Hands-On Session
- intro to SAS/GRAPH - Hands-On Session 2
- SAS/Graph Syntax Summary
- Exporting SAS/Graph Plots to Other Applications
- SAS/GRAPH sample programs from SAS Inst. These programs illustrate the use of various SAS/GRAPH procedures. For each program, a sample of the graph produced by the program is provided. You can click on the graph to see the source code used to generate it!
- Getting publication quality graphics in SAS for Windows (from Oliver Schabenberger's site)

- The SCS Statistical and Statistical Graphics Resources collection of SAS statistical pointers An extensive set of WWW links to SAS programs, documents, how-to guides, etc.
- Noteworthy links
- SAS Frequently Asked Questions from USC. A large collection of short notes on how to read SAS data in a wide variety of formats.
- Creating
Experimental Designs

Examples of the use of PROC PLAN for generating a wide variety of experimental designs. - SAS
Code for Some Experimental Designs

GLM and MIXED code for a variety of experimental designs

Links to documentation for SAS macros installed on Hebb. You might also wish to consult The SAS Macro Facility, a guide to SAS macros, and how to use them.

- Documentation and programs for my SAS Graphic Programs and Macros. Some of these are are from SAS System for Statistical Graphics, others from Visualizing Categorical Data
- INTRACC - intraclass correlation
for rater reliability
`intracc.sas` - META - macro for a meta analysis

Michael Friendly

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