Note: You can visit the SAS site to obtain a copy of the software, and use the company's online data sets to do the course exercises.
- Interactive Matrix Language (IML)
- Similarities to R
- Working in Interactive mode in SAS Studio
- Random number generation in IML
- Creating modules
- Calling R from SAS
- Creating or editing a SAS dataset with an IML matrix
- Moving code, data, and results between SAS and R
Skill Level Advanced
- Welcome to SAS Programming for R Users, The Interactive Matrix Language and Open Source Integration. The first part of this course is all about the SAS interactive matrix language, or simply, SAS IML. The IML procedure enables you to completely customize analyses and run code interactively. You'll start with the basics of creating and printing matrices. Then, you'll practice using built-in SAS modules and creating your own. Next, I'll talk more about the nuances of working with SAS IML from an R users perspective.
In particular, I'll show you how to read in SAS datasets to an IML matrix, run customized analyses, and how to save those results in a SAS dataset. Finally, you'll learn how to run Monte Carlo simulations and practice using the Monty Hall problem. Once you are comfortable working with SAS IML, I'll show you how easy it is to interact with R from IML. I'll show you the four subroutines you need to move your code and data back and forth between SAS and R.
Descriptive Healthcare Analytics in Rwith Monika Wahi4h 15m Advanced
SAS Programming for R Users, Part 2with Jordan Bakerman2h 2m Intermediate
1. Interactive Matrix Language (IML)
2. A Bridge between SAS and R
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