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SAS For Dummies by Chris Hemedinger, Stephen McDaniel

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Chapter 11

Leveraging Work from SAS to Those Less Fortunate

In This Chapter

bullet Saving results

bullet Exporting data

bullet Having it your way with customized reports

bullet Portals: Your path to the rest of the world

bullet Stored processes: Dynamic content for everyone else

It used to be that getting results from SAS meant getting results from SAS programmers. That is, your SAS results were only as accessible as the programmers/analysts in your organization. Bribes of cookies, candy, and caffeine were commonplace.

Fortunately, SAS tools now exist that allow you to not only perform your own analyses and create your own results but also help you share those results with the world (or at least the part of the world that you care about). In this chapter, you see how to use SAS Enterprise Guide to transform your SAS reports and data into something your audience can use. You can also read about the various ways you can deliver this information to your audience.

Pulling Out Results without Pulling Teeth

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