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SAS Modules
    Chapter 1:  Getting Started Using SAS_ Software
  1.1      The SAS Language
  1.2      SAS Data Sets
  1.3      The Two Parts of a SAS Program
  1.4      The DATA Step’s Builtin Loop
  1.5      Choosing a Mode for Submitting SAS Programs
  1.6      Windows and Commands in the SAS Windowing Environment
  1.7      Submitting a Program in the SAS Windowing Environment
  1.8      Reading the SAS Log
  1.9      Viewing Your Results in the Output Window
  1.10    Creating HTML Output
  1.11    SAS Data Libraries
  1.12    Viewing Data Sets with SAS Explorer
  1.13    Using SAS System Options
    Chapter 2:  Getting Your Data into SAS_
  2.1      Methods for Getting Your Data into SAS
  2.2      Entering Data with the Viewtable Window
  2.3      Reading Files with the Import Wizard
  2.4      Telling SAS Where to Find Your Raw Data
  2.5      Reading Raw Data Separated by Spaces
  2.6      Reading Raw Data Arranged in Columns
  2.7      Reading Raw Data Not in Standard Format
  2.8      Selected Informats
  2.9      Mixing Input Styles
  2.10    Reading Messy Raw Data
  2.11    Reading Multiple Lines of Raw Data per Observation
  2.12    Reading Multiple Observations per Line of Raw Data
  2.13    Reading Part of a Raw Data File
  2.14    Controlling Input with Options in the INFILE Statement
  2.15    Reading Delimited Files with the DATA Step
  2.16    Reading Delimited Files with the IMPORT Procedure
  2.17    Reading PC Files with the IMPORT Procedure
  2.18    Reading PC Files with DDE
  2.19    Temporary versus Permanent SAS Data Sets
  2.20    Using Permanent SAS Data Sets with LIBNAME Statements
  2.21    Using Permanent SAS Data Sets by Direct Referencing
  2.22    Listing the Contents of a SAS Data Set
    Chapter 3:  Working with Your Data
  3.1      Creating and Redefining Variables
  3.2      Using SAS Functions
  3.3      Selected SAS Functions
  3.4      Using IFTHEN Statements
  3.5      Grouping Observations with IFTHEN/ELSE Statements
  3.6      Subsetting Your Data
  3.7      Working with SAS Dates
  3.8      Selected Date Informats, Functions, and Formats
  3.9      Using the RETAIN and Sum Statements
  3.10    Simplifying Programs with Arrays
  3.11    Using Shortcuts for Lists of Variable Names
    Chapter 4:  Sorting, Printing, and Summarizing Your Data
  4.1      Using SAS Procedures
  4.2      Subsetting in Procedures with the WHERE Statement
  4.3      Sorting Your Data with PROC SORT
  4.4      Printing Your Data with PROC PRINT
  4.5      Changing the Appearance of Printed Values with Formats
  4.6      Selected Standard Formats
  4.7      Creating Your Own Formats Using PROC FORMAT
  4.8      Writing Simple Custom Reports
  4.9      Summarizing Your Data Using PROC MEANS
  4.10    Writing Summary Statistics to a SAS Data Set
  4.11    Counting Your Data with PROC FREQ
  4.12    Producing Tabular Reports with PROC TABULATE
  4.13    Adding Statistics to PROC TABULATE Output
  4.14    Enhancing the Appearance of PROC TABULATE Output
  4.15    Changing Headers in PROC TABULATE Output
  4.16    Specifying Multiple Formats for Data Cells in PROC TABULATE Output
  4.17    Producing Simple Output with PROC REPORT
  4.18    Using DEFINE Statements in PROC REPORT
  4.19    Creating Summary Reports with PROC REPORT
  4.20    Adding Summary Breaks to PROC REPORT Output
  4.21    Adding Statistics to PROC REPORT Output
    Chapter 5:  Enhancing Your Output with ODS
  5.1      Concepts of the Output Delivery System
  5.2      Tracing and Selecting Procedure Output
  5.3      Creating SAS Data Sets from Procedure Output
  5.4      Using ODS Statements to Create HTML Output
  5.5      Using ODS Statements to Create RTF Output
  5.6      Using ODS Statements to Create PRINTER Output
  5.7      Customizing Titles and Footnotes
  5.8      Customizing PROC PRINT Output with the STYLE= Option
  5.9      Customizing PROC REPORT Output with the STYLE= Option
  5.10    Customizing PROC TABULATE Output with the STYLE= Option
  5.11    Adding TrafficLighting to Your Output
  5.12    Selected Style Attributes
    Chapter 6:  Modifying and Combining SAS_ Data Sets
  6.1      Modifying a Data Set Using the SET Statement
  6.2      Stacking Data Sets Using the SET Statement
  6.3      Interleaving Data Sets Using the SET Statement
  6.4      Combining Data Sets Using a OnetoOne Match Merge
  6.5      Combining Data Sets Using a OnetoMany Match Merge
  6.1      Merging Summary Statistics with the Original Data
  6.2      Stacking Data Sets Using the SET Statement
  6.3      Interleaving Data Sets Using the SET Statement
  6.4      Combining Data Sets Using a OnetoOne Match Merge
  6.5      Combining Data Sets Using a OnetoMany Match Merge
  6.1      Modifying a Data Set Using the SET Statement
  6.2      Stacking Data Sets Using the SET Statement
  6.3      Interleaving Data Sets Using the SET Statement
  6.4      Combining Data Sets Using a OnetoOne Match Merge
  6.5      Combining Data Sets Using a OnetoMany Match Merge
    Chapter 7:  Understanding Digital Colour
  7.1      Colour Channels
  7.2      Bit Depth
  7.3      Additive and Subtractive Colours
  7.4      Complementary Colours
  7.5      RGB
  7.6      CMYK
  7.7      Grayscale
  7.8      Duotone
  7.9      Indexed Colour
    Chapter 8:  Understanding File Properties
  8.1      Vector vs. Bitmapped Editing
  8.2      File Size, Image Size
  8.3      Input and Output Resolution
    Chapter 9:  Saving Files
  9.1      PSD
  9.2      TIFF
  9.3      JPEG
  9.4      EPS
    Chapter 10:  Creating a Montage
  10.1      Adjusting and Retouching multiple Images
  10.2      Using Selection Tools
  10.3      Cutting out multiple Images
  10.4      Cropping Images
  10.5      Managing Layers
  10.6      Adjusting and Retouching multiple Images
  10.7      Using Selection tools
  10.8      Masking Multiple images
  10.9      Creating Shape
  10.10    Using Content- and Object -Layers
  10.11    Using Layer Masks
  10.12    Managing Layer Sets
    Chapter 11:  Working With Layers
  11.1      Layers and Backgrounds
  11.2      Layer Types, Sets and Styles
  11.3      Layer Opacity
  11.4      Creating Layers
  11.5      Duplicating Layers
  11.6      Merging Layers
  11.7      Deleting Layers
  11.8      Photoshop text
  11.9      Re-arranging Layers
  11.10    Linking Layers
  11.11    Photoshop text
  11.12    Object layers
  11.13    Layer masks
  11.14    Layer options
  11.15    Layer blending modes
  11.16    Adjustment layers
  11.17    Gradient layers
  11.18    Solid Colour layers
  11.19    Pattern layers
  11.20    Shape layers
  11.21   Type layers
    Chapter 12:  Retouching
  12.1      Rubberstamp Tool
  12.2      Healing Brush
  12.3      Patch Tool
  12.4      Non Linear vs. Linear Adjustments
  12.5      Colour Editing with Curves
  12.6      Unsharp-Masking
  12.7      Retouching Techniques
  12.8      Blending Modes
  12.9      History Brush Retouching
    Chapter 13:  Working with Selections
  13.1      Editing Selections
  13.2      Using Quickmask
  13.3      Transforming Selections
  13.4      Saving Selections as Alpha Channels
  13.5      Colour Range
  13.6      Adding
  13.7      Subtracting
  13.8      Transforming
  13.9      Contracting
  13.10     Type selection
    Chapter 14:  Working with Photoshop Filters
  14.1      Wave
  14.2      Polar Co-ordinates
  14.3      Twirl
  14.4      Ripple
  14.5      3D Transform
  14.6      Colour Halftone
  14.7      Lighting Effects
  14.8      Displacement Mapping
  14.9      Minimum
  14.10    Maximum
  14.11    Noise
  14.12    Solarise
  14.13    Creating Custom Textures
    Chapter 15:  Design Techniques and Special Effects
  15.1      Mask editing in Photoshop
  15.2      Masks for Montages
  15.3      Masks for Adjustments
  15.4      Image Extraction
  15.5      Complex Cutouts
  15.6      Selective blurring
  15.7      Matting and Defringing
  15.8      Levels on Masks
  15.9      Selections on Masks
    Chapter 16:  Working with the Action Palette
  16.1      Automate
  16.2      Batch-Processing
  16.3      Droplets
  16.4      Recording Actions
  16.5      Playing actions
  16.6      Editing actions
  16.7      Break-Points
  16.8      Picture Package
  16.9      Resolution dependant actions
  16.10    Pre-set actions
    Chapter 17:  Selection techniques
  17.1      Using the Pen tool to create paths.
  17.2      Using the Extract filter.
  17.3      Using channels to generate selections.
    Chapter 18:  Masks
  18.1      Layer masks - generating masks based on selections, gradients and other content.
  18.2      Working with Vector masks.
  18.3      Clipping Masks - applying transparency based masks to single or multiple layers
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