SAS® Programmers who come to R are often frustrated with how difficult R can be to perform common tasks. Tasks which take a small amount of code in SAS® can take dozens or hundreds of lines of code in R. Instead of focusing on their analysis, programmers spend hours trying to accomplish a simple task like creating a log, loading data files into memory, or writing a half-way decent report. The sassy system was built for these programmers. The system offers a set of packages that make programming in R much more similar to programming in SAS®.
Click here to learn more about the sassy system as a whole, and see how the packages work together. Or you can explore the individual packages below.
If you need help with the sassy family of packages, the best place to turn to is the package documentation sites referenced above.
Package documentation can also be linked from the sassy meta-package site.
If you need additional help, please consult stackoverflow.com. The stackoverflow community will be very willing to answer your questions.
If you want to look at the code for any sassy packages, visit the corresponding github page.
If you encounter a bug or have a feature request, please submit an issue to the github issue list for the appropriate package, or the sassy issue list.