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How to use SAS


Users Guide to the XMM-Newton SAS
The official XMM-Newton SAS User Guide on-line, PDF version and Postscript version
SAS watchout page
Issues concerning SAS and data analysis, recommended workarounds/solutions, useful tricks and tips
SAS 14.0.0 on-line documentation
Documentation of all single SAS packages
SAS Cookbook
An introduction to XMM-Newton data analysis - from NASA XMM-GOF
Data analysis threads
Data reduction examples for (almost) every purpose
Background analysis
XMM-Newton pages dedicated to background analysis of all XMM-Newton instruments
ESAS Cookbook
Cookbook for data analysis of extended sources using ESAS in SAS, on-line and PDF format - from NASA XMM-GOF.
ESAS warnings and watchouts page - from NASA XMM-GOF.
SAS Inverse Index
The SAS Inverse Index has been designed to provide the list of SAS tasks needed to be executed in order to perform a given scientific analysis job.
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