You, and your book, can stand out at JSM 2015

It’s easy to get lost in the crowd of thousands of Joint Statistical Meeting (JSM) attendees. How can you make yourself stand out in a sea of statisticians? You could prepare an outstanding, standing-room-only presentation, give a half-day workshop, or present a poster. But what if you did all those […]

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Write a SAS book

As SAS software continues to develop, the demand for information grows. That’s why there’s a big recruitment effort underway at SAS Books to get experts to share their best practices on using SAS. Recruiter Shelley Sessoms attended the Analytics 2014 conference in Frankfurt, Germany last week to find new writers. […]

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Stay curious! Benefit yourself and your organization

Recently one of our most popular authors, Michael Raithel, a Senior Systems Analyst for Westat, presented a SAS Talks and was interviewed for an AllAnalytics radio show.  Michael is the author of more than 25 SAS technical papers, four SAS Press books, and a popular lecturer at SAS Global Forum […]

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Worth a shopping trip!

SAS has launched the first phase of a new shopping experience for SAS users. In phase 1, you can buy books and some software by shopping in our new SAS store. The long-term goal for SAS is to have a single shopping experience for all your SAS shopping needs. Two […]

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Which statistical topics would you like to see in upcoming SAS books?

Over the years, we have published a good variety of statistical books. SAS for Mixed Models is one of our top sellers, as is Categorical Data Analysis Using SAS and SAS for Linear Models. And our books on survival analysis and logistic regression by Paul Allison are always a big […]

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10 new SAS books

Are any of these stellar books on your shopping list? Our 10 latest titles cover the spectrum from analytics to programming to statistics—and come from industry leaders, as well as top SAS and JMP experts. If you like to sample before you buy, you’ll find an accompanying free excerpt with […]

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SAS books are scary smart

While their fright factor is low, SAS books include a scary amount of knowledge. Regardless of your level of expertise, you're sure to find a book (or many) that jump out at you. Our SAS authors and publishing staff continuously work their magic to produce books filled with the kinds of examples, […]

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Bestselling SAS books: third quarter 2013

Find out which SAS books were bestsellers during the hottest months of the year. While our books aren’t typically beach-reads, we did see a nice spike in sales during this period. And if you’ve followed some of our posts featuring top selling SAS books in the past, you’ll recognize some […]

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Two Englishmen at Analytics 2013 in London

Welcome to another installment of my blog series Data Preparation and Data Quality on the Road. The main actors here are my two SAS books Data Preparation for Analytics Using SAS (DP) and Data Quality for Analytics Using SAS (DQ), who are allowed to accompany me to many conferences, SAS […]

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Book writing business: Emmett Cox answers a reader’s question

Last month, a question came in via an earlier blog post. Peter Timusk, a reader of SAS books and potential author, asked Emmett Cox how to be seen as the expert you are by writing a book. Emmett was more than happy to answer Peter’s question. “First pick a topic that […]

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