SAS Enterprise Guide 4.3 Tutorials in your language

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We've just pushed out the localized versions of the Getting Started with SAS Enterprise Guide 4.3 tutorial. This is the tutorial that you'll see when you select Help->Getting Started Tutorial from within SAS Enterprise Guide.

Here is a list of the supported languages, and links to the tutorial content:

Looking for the 4.2 versions? They are available as well!

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Chris Hemedinger

Senior Manager, SAS Online Communities

+Chris Hemedinger is the manager of SAS Online Communities. Since 1993, Chris has worked for SAS as an author, a software developer, an R&D manager and a consultant. Inexplicably, Chris is still coasting on the limited fame he earned as an author of SAS For Dummies.  He also hosts the SAS Tech Talk webcasts each year from SAS Global Forum, connecting viewers with smart people from SAS R&D and the impressive work that they do.

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  1. Hi Chris

    Many SAS programmers I came across said they hated EG. They hate the idea of, click, click...
    Some SI programmers I came across hated it too but of course those marketers from SI love it.

    Chris

    • Chris Hemedinger
      Chris Hemedinger on

      SAS Enterprise Guide isn't all point-and-click, contrary to the myths. It's a rich programming environment as well, equipped with the most advanced syntax editor that exists for SAS programming.

      It does take time and education to properly transition from traditional SAS (in display manager) to SAS Enterprise Guide. While EG is easy to use, it is different than what some people are used to.

      There are plenty of resources (some free, some paid training) to help you learn about the benefits of SAS Enterprise Guide, if you care to invest the time to learn. Of course, SAS continues to support the use of display manager and batch programming; users may adopt the new tools at their own pace, or not at all, based on their own objectives and the needs of their business.

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