SAS Windows Screenshots Tutorial
SAS has 4 primary windows: Editor, Output, Log, Viewtable
The tool bar corresponds to the window that has the cursorer in it. For instance, if you want to save your script in the Editor window. Click in the whitespace of the Editor window. Click File -- Save As.
The above is the Editor window. There are two options for Editor Windows. The Enhanced Editor window above provides color coding to assist in reading your code and diagnosing errors. Once the program is typed or opened in this window, you can click Submit or the Running figure to run your program.
Above is an example of the Log window. SAS Log provides a "blow by blow" account of your program. It includes how many observations were read and output, as well as, errors and notes.
The above window is the SAS Output window. This window provides the output of your analyses, proc print, etc.
The above window is the SAS Viewtable window. Data can be entered, modified, and/or viewed in the Viewtable Window.
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