Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2007 12:02:04 -0400
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From: Alejandro Jaramillo <ajaramillo@DATAMEANS.COM>
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You may want to consider SAS Enterprice Guide which is shiped with SAS BASe 9.1. Also SAS has another product called SAS BI which provides point and click interface to the data and SAS store proceduers.
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>From: Brian <theemails@GMAIL.COM>
>Sent: Thu, 19 Jul 2007 08:54:49
>We are in the process of selecting a SAS product
>for a new data
>environment. Currently, we have a small group of
>base SAS users (4-5
>people) who can program in SAS (on a mainframe).
>We would like to
>continue to give the base users that same ability
>to write code, while
>giving an equal number of non-coders the ability to
>queries through a point-and-click interface. Most
>of our point-and-
>click users are familiar with MS Access.
>Collectively we have seen
>very little in the way of other products beyond
>base SAS. Based on
>experiences does anyone have a suggestion of which
>types of SAS
>products offer a balance for these two types of