The SAS Stat Studio from the SAS Institute is two things: first, it is an application that can be used to explore and analyze data; second, it is an integrated development environment that can be used to write programs dealing with data study and manipulation.
The program is capable of identifying plot observations, excluding observations, transforming variables, searching and sorting data, and selecting observations from multiple linked data windows or tables. It can perform distribution analysis and generate different types of plots, from quantile-quantile to mosaics. It also has the tools for outlier detection when it comes to Gaussian data with contamination. It can fit both parametric and non-parametric regression models, and is also capable of performing analysis on multivariate relationships.
Users can extend their analytical capabilities with the program through use of it in its function as an IDE, working on IDEPlus applications on the software, and generating new and possibly even animated visualizations. They can also use this function to customize the appearance and features of their statistical graphics, as well as generate data analysis applications that a user can interact with.
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