Annotate: Simply the Basics

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SAS Institute, Oct 10, 1999 - Computers - 108 pages
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With this well-organized linear introduction to the Annotate facility, you will get a simple start to a complex subject. Annotate has features that make it unique within SAS. Those features combine to make Annotate both complex and powerful. Users with a working knowledge of the basics of SAS/GRAPH and the DATA step will benefit from the guidelines providing strategy for creating Annotate data sets from flat files, other SAS data sets, and assignment statements from within a DATA step. The numerous examples provide key elements of Annotate data sets, alternate statement structures, and methods for enhancing your output. You are also provided with an exhaustive source list for additional reference information to help you move on to the next level of using the Annotate facility.

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Art Carpenter, SAS Quality Partner, independent consultant, statistician, and prolific author has now added "editor" to his impressive resume. As editor of Art Carpenter's SAS Software Series, he will use his over 22 years of SAS software experience and his publishing experience to bring you books that are short, focused, and filled with practical examples. Annotate: Simply the Basics is the first title in the series. In addition to this book, Art is the author of Carpenter's Complete Guide to the SAS Macro Language and co-author of both Quick Results with SAS/GRAPH Software and Reporting from the Field. Art has also presented over three dozen papers at SAS Users Group International (SUGI) and other regional conferences. !-- minimal footer --

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