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Accessing data

The reason you are here is to analyze data. To do that, the data must be made available to SAS.
This is done with statements in your SAS program.

SAS can access data in an external file or it can read it from your SAS program.

For simplicity, DAWG only uses the second method: reading it from your SAS program.
This is done by copying your data into the Editor Window, which contains your SAS program.

Alternatively, you can always type the data directly into the Editor Window.

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From within a SAS program
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Accessing data from text files
    tab delimited files
    comma delimited files
PROC Import problems

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