SAS

Statistical Analysis Software (SAS) provides high-performance analytics. SAS upgrade includes high-performance features that break analytic tasks into pieces to speed up processing. But as your data grows and you need more complex analyses, your high-performance code automatically scales to run in a distributed environment.

Cost

This software is free to current faculty and staff with active OU accounts.

Availability

SAS Education Analytic Suite is available to faculty and staff with active OU accounts.

Faculty - The SAS installation is complicated and difficult, only sophisticated users should attempt this installation. If you need assistance, please submit a ticket with OUIT.

Students - IT does not recommend you install the software yourself.
For Windows Users: The Colleges of Public Health and Allied Health provide resources to install SAS for you. Please contact your instructor for more information.
For Mac Users: You will need to schedule a time with the IT Service Desk for them to install. See https://it.ouhsc.edu/sttudentservices/ bottom right "Schedule an Appointment" to book a time.

To download SAS and receive the license key, please click the “Download” button which will direct you to the IT Store website.

Features

SAS Visual Analytics offers scenario analysis and decision trees, so now you can predict with more precision. Interactive decision trees are especially cool because they visually show you what’s most likely to happen, before it happens – in just seconds.

New APIs make it even easier to integrate SAS into your business processes. These interfaces help you quickly create analytic applications that deliver answers when and where needed. And mobile delivery options make it easy to deliver SAS data visualizations to the iPad, iPhone and Android tablets.

For more information on this software, see the developer's website.

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Created
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