SAS Author's Tip: Using SAS/GRAPH ActiveX Control

contributed by SAS Publishing's Shelly Goodin For me, SAS Global Forum wouldn't be the same without getting a chance to catch up with SAS Press author Phil Holland. Besides being extremely knowledgeable about SAS (he's been using it since 1981), he is as enterprising and approachable as his popular book […]

Post a Comment

Wheeling and Dealing with SAS eBooks!

contributed by Sandy Varner, SAS Publishing Operations Manager We’ve been talking a lot lately about eBooks. I hope you’ve downloaded the FREE Kindle eBook What’s New in SAS 9.3. Now, we have two more eBook deals for you from SAS Publishing – one for JMP users and one for SAS […]

Post a Comment

FREE eBook promotion for What's New in SAS 9.3

contributed by SAS Publishing's Shelly Goodin There's been a lot of excitement, inside and outside of SAS, about the recent release of SAS 9.3. And there is a wealth of useful information to keep you informed about the latest offerings. For instance, you can learn more about SAS 9.3 by […]

Post a Comment

Having a SAS book on the Kindle

Anyone that keeps up with this blog knows that I'm quite fond of my SAS books. So the thought of having an electronic copy of a book seemed a bit daunting at first. But, while at PHARMSUG this past May, I was fortunate enough to be awarded a Kindle from […]

Post a Comment

SAS Author's Tip: PLOT and PLOT2 Statements

contributed by SAS Publishing's Shelly Goodin This week's featured SAS Author's Tip is a no-brainer. With the summer heat wave in North Carolina reaching an almost unbearable level, it's cool to have Robert A. Rutledge's book Just Enough SAS on hand. This accessible guide quickly brings new SAS users up […]

Post a Comment

SAS Author's Tip: Step-by-Step JMP Analysis Instructions

Besides publishing stellar books on making the most of SAS software, SAS Press also provides several excellent books on using JMP. One such book is Analyzing and Interpreting Continuous Data Using JMP: A Step-by-Step Guide by Jose Ramirez and Brenda Ramirez. Reviews for the book have been strong and you […]

Post a Comment

SAS Author's Tip: Text Mining in CRM Applications

Would you like to have a clearer understanding of your customers? If so, this week's featured SAS Author's Tip delivers the goods. SAS Press author Randy Collica is a Senior Solutions Architect for SAS and his book CRM Segmentation and Clustering: Using SAS Enterprise Miner contains a lot of how-to […]

Post a Comment

SAS Author's Tip: Ensuring that Generated Links Function Correctly

Many of you may be familiar with SAS Press author and consultant Don Henderson. Besides being the author of Building Web Applications with SAS/IntrNet: A Guide to the Application Dispatcher, Don is very active in the SAS user community--including being a frequent paper presenter and contributor to sascommunity.org. So, not […]

Post a Comment

The top 5 bestselling SAS books of 2011-thus far

Today marks the first day of summer and the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. While I can't join the summer solstice celebration at Stonehenge, I can pay homage to some of our sizzling sellers. Many of you are probably familiar with or use some of these […]

Post a Comment

SAS Author's Tip: SQL Queries and the GROUP BY and HAVING Clause

SAS Press has published 3 popular titles dedicated to demystifying PROC SQL. Today, I've selected Katherine Prairie's book The Essential PROC SQL Handbook for SAS Users to excerpt. One often cited highlight of Katherine's book is that it contains 300 examples of PROC SQL code. Katherine really knows SAS--she's been […]

Post a Comment