With the huge success of SAS® University Edition, we were very excited at the opening market for SAS titles and opportunities for new books. This year, we published three titles to help get you up and running with programming in SAS University Edition, explore the power of running statistical analysis in SAS, and apply your new skills in business.
An Introduction to SAS University Edition, by bestselling author Ron Cody, provides a comprehensive guide to getting started with SAS University Edition. It leads you through how to use it to solve problems, introduces the point-and-click interface of SAS Studio, and teaches you how to write your own SAS programs.
The newly released Essential Statistics Using SAS University Edition, by Geoff Der and Brian Everitt, demonstrates how to use SAS University Edition to apply a variety of statistical methodologies, from the simple to the not-so-simple, to a range of data sets. The book covers techniques such as multiple linear regression, logistic regression, and Poisson regression.
Business Statistics Made Easy, by Gregory John Lee, Wits Business School, helps readers to learn or refresh core statistical methods for business with SAS and practically approach real business analytics issues and techniques. The book avoids complex mathematics in favor of easy-to-follow explanations.
All titles come with free accompanying code and data sets, student exercises, and solutions. Some even provide lecture slides and password-protected instructor problems and solutions.Check out the latest books to help you with SAS University Edition. #sasusers #sasbooks Click To Tweet
To sample before you buy, SAS Press provides an accompanying free excerpt for each title, and instructors may request evaluation copies with the submission of a short form.