Training Process in Sas

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Onsite training
SAS Onsite Training Service provides you the opportunity to bring SAS software training directly to your organization. With education experts from SAS, you can train your employees in a familiar environment, saving your money for training instead of travel.
On-site training is designed specifically for your organizations when you need: * group SAS software training * flexible training schedules * lower employee travel costs
On-site courses combine lectures, software demonstrations, hands-on computer workshops, and course notes that result in the best learning experience possible. In addition, we will provide a copy of the course notes to each attendee.
Data Manager * SAS Programming Introduction: Basic
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ration for Data Mining DMDP * Exploratory Analysis for Large and Complex Problems BEAP * Managing SAS Analytical Models Using SAS Model Manager MMUS
* Business Forecasting Using SAS: A Point-and-Click Approach FETS * Forecasting Using SAS Software: A Programming Approach FETSP * Forecasting Using SAS Forecast Server Software FSTU21 * Using SAS High-Performance Forecasting Software HPF * Modeling Trend, Cycles, and Seasonality in Time Series Data Using PROC UCM LWBARS * Stationarity Testing and Other Time Series Topics LWBADD
Market Research * Applied Clustering Techniques CLUS92 * Design of Experiments for Direct Marketing DOEF92
Operations Researcher * Building and Solving Optimization Models with SAS/OR OROP92 * Statistical Process Control Using SAS/QC Software SPCQC9
JMP Analyst * JMP Software: Statistical Data Exploration JDEX7 * JMP Software: ANOVA and Regression JANR7 * JMP Software: Classic Design of Experiments JDRS7 * JMP Software: Custom Design of Experiments JMDOE7 * JMP Software: Analysis of Dose-Response Curves with JMP JDOSE7 * JMP Software: Introduction to Categorical Data Analysis JCAT7 * JMP Software: Statistical Quality Control JSQC7 * Mixture Design of Experiments Using JMP BJMX7
SAS Solution Lines
Activity-Based Management * Activity-Based Management Concepts * ABC Modeling Using SAS Activity-Based
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