Ron Cody's An Introduction to SAS University Edition
Get up and running with the SAS University Edition using Ron Cody’s easy-to-follow, step-by-step guide. Aimed at beginners who have downloaded the free SAS University Edition and want to either use the point-and-click interactive environment of SAS Studio, or who want to write their own SAS programs, or both, An Introduction to SAS University Edition, begins by showing you how to obtain the SAS University Edition, and how you can run SAS on a PC or Macintosh computer. The first part of the book shows you how to perform basic tasks, such as producing a report, summarizing data, producing charts and graphs, and using the SAS Studio built-in tasks. The first part also describes how you can perform basic statistical tests using the interactive point-and-click environment. The second part of the book shows you how to write your own SAS programs, and how to use SAS procedures to perform a variety of tasks. This part of the book also explains how to read data from a variety of sources: text files, Excel workbooks, and CSV files. In order to get familiar with the SAS Studio environment, this book also shows you how to access dozens of interesting data sets that are included with the product.
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by Ron Cody
This book has been written by Ron Cody, who has written books like An Introduction to SAS University Edition,The SAS Workbook,Cody's Collection of Popular SAS Programming Tasks and How to Tackle Them. The books are written in Programming & Software Development,Operating Systems category. This book is read by people who are interested in reading books in category : Programming & Software Development. So, if you want to explore books similar to This book, you must read and buy this book.
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