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SAS makes analytics free for students

Starting from fall 2010 semester students around the world will get free access to SAS analytics software, reports Network World.  

SAS OnDemand for Academics, a Web-based service hosted by SAS, has been providing software free for professors since 2008. SAS had been charging $ 50 to give students access to its software.

Network World quoted Jim Goodnight, CEO of SAS, who started as an academic, saying:"The more students that graduate with the knowledge of SAS, the more that will promote the use of analytics in business and that's very important these days."

Arun Mysore

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