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Syracuse University Libraries

Numeric Data Resources: 2. SAS

Numeric Data Resources can provide help with finding data to analyze for student and faculty research, data management and analysis, use of statistical software, especially SAS, Stata and SPSS, and advise on research methods, study design, and statistics.

Custom Data Search

This Google Custom search engine performs a search on websites that have been evaluated for their usefulness in providing data and statistics. Results will open in a new window.



Other Pages of Interest

Below are links to other pages that may be of interest to you.

Introduction to SAS

SAS is the largest and perhaps most well-known of all statistical software packages. SAS can probably do just about anything you will need it to do. It does, therefore, have a pretty steep learning curve. We provide the links below to help you get started as well as do some more advanced tasks.

SAS is available in the Geographic and Statistical Information Center (G-SIC). Anyone needing assistance in using Stata should contact the Numeric Data Services Librarian.

SAS Tutorials and Documentation

SAS Institute Technical Support

Numeric Data Resources

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Paul Bern
Rm 556 E.S. Bird Library
222 Waverly Ave
Syracuse, NY 13244