Join Jordan Bakerman for an in-depth discussion in this video Demo: SAS function documentation, part of SAS Programming for R Users, Part 1.
- [Announcer] Okay remember, all the online documentation…is at support.sas.com/documentation.…And now we're going to look into the built in functions in SAS.…And previously we went to the analytics products to look up…the stat package, and specifically the MCMC procedure.…Now let's look at some of the base-SAS functions…which are going to be in SAS 9.4.…And there are many different ways to get…to this same location, perhaps you just want to search for it…with your favorite search engine.…
And then I'll go to functions and call routines.…And again over here on the left, I'm going to drop down…the dictionary of SAS functions and call routines.…So here are all the functions you can use…right in your SAS data-step, with a base SAS 9.4 license.…And of course you can probably tell what some of these do.…If not, you can go ahead and just click on them…to see what some of them do,…but I'm sure you're going to be able to find a few…that work for you.…
Let's go ahead and click on one of these.…Another one of my favorite character manipulating functions…
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- SAS procedure syntax
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- Importing raw data files
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- Match-merging data sets
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