Date: Thu, 23 Sep 2010 11:32:18 -0400
Reply-To: Jack Clark <jclark@HILLTOP.UMBC.EDU>
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From: Jack Clark <jclark@HILLTOP.UMBC.EDU>
Subject: Re: Books on your SAS Shelf
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One that I have had for many years, but I still pull out is SAS Macro
Programming Made Easy by Michele B. Burlew.
Senior Research Analyst
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
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Subject: Books on your SAS Shelf
Curious as to what SAS Books people have on their shelves...........the
highly recommend. Ones I might be missing........
On my shelf............
Learning SAS by Example - Cody
The Little SAS Book - Delwiche & Slaughter
Cody's Data Cleaning Techniques Using SAS
SAS Functions by Example - Cody
Applied Statistics and the SAS Programming Language - Cody
The Essential PROC SQL Handbook for SAS Users - Prairie