SASweave: Literate Programming Using SAS. SASweave is a collection of scripts that allow one to embed SAS code into a LATEX document, and automatically incorporate the results as well. SASweave is patterned after Sweave , which does the same thing for code written in R . In fact, a document may contain both SAS and R code. Besides the convenience of being able to easily incorporate SAS examples in a document, SASweave facilitates the concept of “literate programming”: having code, documentation, and results packaged together. Among other things, this helps to ensure that the SAS output in the document is in concordance with the code.

This software is also peer reviewed by journal JSS.

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  1. Lenth, Russell; Højsgaard, Søren: Reproducible statistical analysis with multiple languages (2011)