Date: Fri, 21 May 2004 10:07:54 -0700
Reply-To: kumar <subramanyam_22@YAHOO.COM>
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From: kumar <subramanyam_22@YAHOO.COM>
Subject: Re: Best books for intro into SAS
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The Best Program for Fundamentals is BASE SAS BOOK later on there are
number of other books written by sas user's which are lot better than
flom@NDRI.ORG (Peter Flom) wrote in message news:<s0adc852.045@MAIL.NDRI.ORG>...
> This has been discussed here, and you can search the archives.
> If you want current opinion, you have to let us know what you want to
> do using SAS. It's a big program, that does lots of different stuff.
> Me, I mostly use it to do some simple data manipulation and a lot of
> statistics. But if you look at the postings here for a day or two, you
> will see that that is not representative
> >>> John Halpin <john_halpin@BLUEYONDER.CO.UK> 5/21/2004 8:16:16 AM
> Hi ,
> I not a SAS guru (but would like to be!). Can anyone recommend a
> good book (or white paper from the web) that explains the fundamentals
> SAS. I have some stats knowledge and have been working around data for
> years but not as an analyst.