Date: Tue, 27 Sep 2005 16:41:23 -0400
Reply-To: Talbot Michael Katz <topkatz@MSN.COM>
Sender: "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From: Talbot Michael Katz <topkatz@MSN.COM>
Subject: Re: HI all
Hi back at ya.
Although I realize that SAS, like any large software package, can be
daunting to beginners, I get the impression that your difficulties stem at
least as much from being new at your job as from SAS-specific issues. But
it's hard to tell since you didn't provide much detail. If you can
delineate exactly what the task you have to accomplish is, and what data
you have to work with, then perhaps SAS-L can give you some guidance. If
you're really new to SAS, it will help you enormously to work your way
through some introductory material, such as the "Getting Started with SAS
Software" tutorial you can find on the help menu of SAS for Windows.
People on the list frequently recommend "The Little SAS Book: A Primer"
which is still available in several editions (I think the most recent one
is the third).
One last thing. "HI all" is an unfortunate choice of subject line,
because it looks like SPAM, and people who usually would rush to help may
have ignored it for that reason. Try to use a subject line that indicates
what your question / problem is.
-- TMK --
"The Macro Klutz"
On Sat, 24 Sep 2005 13:49:28 -0700, sweety tweey <teachmesas@YAHOO.COM>
>i am new to sas programming.
>I really need ur help as how to understand by looking at a table shell
what data sets need to be used to make a particular listing in clinical
>For eg: As i was looking at one particular table shell Disease
Characteristics at baseline.
>And i could find variable in more than one like disposition covart etc.
>I am at this new job and am very jumbled, plss ur help will be
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