Date: Sat, 27 Feb 1999 23:57:04 GMT
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Subject: Re: SAS beginner looking for book recommendations
A few suggestions:
*The Little SAS Book, Dewiche and Slaughter
*SAS Applications Programming, A Gentle Introduction, DiIorio
*Mastering the SAS System, Jaffe
Also, since you are a statistics-oriented person, check out the new 4th Ed of
Applied Statistics and the SAS Programming Language, by Cody and Smith. It has
a lot of programming/data management stuff in it.
All are avaialble for purchase from SAS Institute.
Hope this helps!
Andrew H. Karp
Sierra Information Services, Inc.
A SAS Institute Quality Partner in the USA
1489 Webster Street Suite 1308 San Francisco, CA 94115 USA