Walker Maturity Model/SAS This assignment has two parts, A and B. IMPORTANT: To receive full credit, you must complete both Part A and Part B of this assignment. Part A Referring to the content in Cha

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Walker Maturity Model/SAS

This assignment has two parts, A and B.

IMPORTANT: To receive full credit, you must complete both Part A and Part B of this assignment.

Part A

Referring to the content in Chapter 2, section 9 on Maturity in


The Key Dimensions of Business Intelligence


in Nelson, K., analyze your company or a company you are familiar with to determine the selected organization’s level of business intelligence maturity using the Walker 5 Levels of BI Maturity Model. Justify the findings from your analysis with specific examples. If your selected organization is not already at the most mature phase, discuss what actions the organization should take to progress through the levels in the Walker Maturity Model.

Your paper should be 2-3 pages in length (not counting the title page, table of contents, or reference pages) and conform to the guidelines of APA. Include at least two scholarly references in addition to the course textbook.

Part B: Getting started with SAS

In Part B of this assignment, you will get started with SAS from the SAS Essentials textbook.

Instructions:

  1. To begin you will need to setup the SAS On-Demand. Refer to the SAS Instructions to setup and run SAS University edition on your computer.
  2. Study and practice with the SAS User Interface-Run-FirstProgram document.
  3. Download the program SECOND.SAS.
  4. Save this file in the folder you created earlier during the SAS install.
  5. Open and run the SAS Program in the folder where it was uploaded SECOND.SAS
  6. Run the program (SECOND.SAS) below and observe the output:

DATA EXAMPLE;

INPUT AGE @@;DATALINES;12 11 12 12 9 11 8 8 7 11 12 14 9 10 7 136 11 12 4 11 9 13 6 9 7 13 9 13 12 10 1311 8 11 15 12 14 10 10 13 13 10 8 12 7 1311 9 12;PROC MEANS;    VAR AGE;RUN;

  • You will get a result like this:

(Attached as a file)

Tips and Tricks for Running SAS

Within a SAS program, each statement begins with an identifying keyword (DATA, PROC, INPUT, DATALINES, RUN, etc.) and ends with a semicolon “;”.

FOR EXAMPLE:

DATA TEMP;PROC PRINT DATA=TEMP;RUN;******* NOTE: All three lines start with a SAS keyword

Submission Requirements:

  • Take screenshots of your code and the output and put them in a Word document to include in your assignment submission in Part A. Figure notation for screenshots should comply with APA guidelines. Screenshots must include the date and time of the screen capture.

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