How to open a SAS information map in SAS Web Report Studio


Business users of SAS are finding the Web Report Studio capabilities incredibly beneficial for viewing, creating, and sharing reports on the Web.  The easy-to-use query and reporting software provides a point-and-click interface for building reports from several different data sources. Once created, SAS reports can be views by many SAS applications.

There are several ways to create reports using SAS Web Report Studio.  Users can choose the software’s edit mode, Report Wizard, or a standard template provided by SAS.  However, users also have the ability to open a stored process or data source directly, such as a SAS Information Map.  This quick SAS Training Tip video shows the step-by-step process of opening a SAS Information Map directly in SAS Web Report Studio 4.3!

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Michele Reister

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Michele Reister has worked in the Education Division at SAS since 2004. During that time she has played many roles including marketing training courses, developing product bundles, managing conferences and overseeing the division’s discount programs. Currently, she is responsible for the division’s social media strategy. Michele holds a BS in Management and Information Technology from Daniel Webster College and an MBA from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Michele is a perpetual student herself and is constantly looking for better ways to serve SAS’ user population. When she’s not expanding her knowledge of marketing, Michele enjoys group fitness classes, cooking, volunteering, reading and chasing after her two children.

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