Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2008 13:23:27 -0800
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From: Paul OldenKamp <nancynpaul-sasl@YAHOO.COM>
Subject: Re: SAS
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As Mark replied, the SAS technical manuals are available at the SAS
Institute web site but in my opinion, these are probably not the best
way to learn SAS on one's own.
The O'Reilly Safari Books Online, http://safari.oreilly.com/, has many
of the SAS Books By Users in it's collection. One can subscribe for
$19.99 per month or do a free trial for 10 days(?). Check it out.
My county library, in King County, Washington, has online access to
about 75 SAS books that I can read over the internet from wherever I'm
at. It's really great. Check out what's available at your local
PNWSUG2008 Program Co-chair
On Feb 6, 12:44 pm, statistics2...@GMAIL.COM (Anna Supady) wrote:
> My name is Ania, I am trying to fing out about good books on SAS. I was
> recomended these:
> The Little SAS Book: A Primer, Third Edition
> Learning SAS by Example: A Programmer's Guide
> Does anyone hold PDF copy of those? Or maybe any PDF copy of practical
> materials to learn on your own SAS?
> Thanks a lot for your time,