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The Little SAS® Book for Enterprise Guide® 4.1 by Lora D. Delwiche, Susan J. Slaughter

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2.5. Opening SAS Data Tables

You may have SAS data tables that were created by you or by someone else, and they may have been created using Base SAS or SAS Enterprise Guide. Regardless of how a SAS data table was created, you can easily open it in SAS Enterprise Guide.

Input Data

Here is a SAS data table created in Base SAS and displayed using the Viewtable window (in the Microsoft Windows operating environment). The Viewtable window in Base SAS is similar to the Data Grid in SAS Enterprise Guide. This data table is named Volcanoes, and contains six columns: the name of the volcano, its country, region, height in meters, activity (Active or Extinct), and the type of volcano.

Opening a SAS Data Table

To open a SAS data ...

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