SAS-BI Business Intellegence

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SAS Business Intelligence (BI) is a suite of applications that allows you to prepare and display data for statistics, predictive analytics, data mining, text mining, and forecasting. The tools provide interactive visualizations backed by analytics.

Hightlits  :

Prepare Data

SAS OLAP studio [MDDB]

SAS Information Map Studio

Web Report Studio

SAS Information Delivery Portol

SAS Add in for Ms-office

SAS BI Dashboard

And etc…

Target Audience :

Base SAS

Advanced SAS

SAS –DI [Data Integration studio].

Software Installation : Currently software installation is a paid one. You need to do it from system administrator.  

System requirements :

Processor : i5 and above

RAM : 8GB and above [preferable 16 GB Best ]

Harddisk : SSD Harddisk with 500 GB OR Above  / other harddisk also its ok

 

Target Audience :

Any person who completed the graducation is perfect. This Base SAS Is a foundation tool  and its very easy to learn very basic coding language will be there.the most important thing is that when ever you start the class from the day you need to have the SAS Software Installation.

 

Materials :

Books and Daily notes will be provided by us along with that recording also will be provided for reference . Step by step notes will be provided and excersises also.

Sample Videos : We request you that first don’t join the course directly as we provide the sample videos in the cirriculam first watch that try to understand. If you understand and feel comfortable with trainer explanation then gohead for classes. Join the course.

Working hours  : 9:00 am ist  to 8 pm ist .

Introduction

1
exploring the platform for SAS Business Analytics
2
introducing the course environment and scenario

Introducing the Business User Reporting Applications

1
defining the business user role and reporting applications
2
exploring the SAS Add-In for Microsoft Office
3
exploring SAS Web Report Studio
4
exploring the SAS Information Delivery Portal
5
defining the interaction between the business user and the business analyst

Introducing Advanced Reporting Techniques and Roles

1
defining the business analyst role and applications
2
modifying an existing information map
3
creating a new SAS BI Dashboard indicator
4
creating data sources for reporting and analysis
5
defining the interaction between the business analyst and the platform administrator
6
understanding SAS Data Integration capabilities

Creating an Information Map

1
understanding SAS information maps
2
utilizing different data sources
3
exploiting dynamic subsetting of data
4
creating prefilters to subset the information map
5
using the Information Map LIBNAME Engine
6
creating information maps programmatically (self-study)

Building a SAS BI Dashboard Application

1
understanding SAS BI Dashboard
2
building the SAS BI Dashboard components
3
building advanced SAS BI Dashboard components

Building Stored Processes

1
understanding SAS Stored Process concepts
2
creating a stored process from a SAS Enterprise Guide project
3
creating a stored process from a SAS program
4
creating stored process parameters
5
creating a stored process to provide a dynamic data source

Utilizing Advanced Techniques with SAS Reports

1
building advanced reports with SAS Web Report Studio
2
creating and using SAS report templates
3
linking reports in SAS Web Report Studio
4
scheduling and distributing SAS Reports
5
building SAS Reports with SAS Enterprise Guide
6
creating shared prompts

Consolidating Information into a Business Reporting Application

1
creating the business reporting application

Introducing Multidimensional Data Sources

1
understanding online analytical processing concepts
2
building an OLAP cube with SAS OLAP Cube Studio
3
building an information map from a SAS OLAP cube

Introducing SAS Visual BI

1
introduction to SAS Visual BI
2
exploring the SAS integration with JMP

Examining the Environment Metadata

1
reviewing the platform for SAS Business Analytics
2
reviewing the course environment
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Enrolled: 45 students
Duration: 60 Days
Lectures: 41
Video: Available
Level: Advanced

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Working hours

Monday 9:00 am to 8 pm ist
Tuesday 9:00 am to 8 pm ist
Wednesday 9:00 am to 8 pm ist
Thursday 9:00 am to 8 pm ist
Friday 9:00 am to 8 pm ist
Saturday 9:00 am to 8 pm ist
Sunday Closed